"Do You Wanna Go to Heaven" as written by Curly Putman and Bucky Jones....
It was the hottest day of August
All of us were down by the banks of the Paint Rock River
I was next in line to be baptized
At the innocent age of ten

And I'll never forget I remember it yet
The taste of that clear pure water
And that preacher's words still fill my head
And I hear them now and then he said

Do you wanna go to heaven
And I said yeah just lead me on
Take my hand can you feel that feeling
And I said yes just lead me on

It was the hottest day of summer
And our final high school dance was just about over
I was old enough for the taste of love
When boys turn into men

And I'll never forget I remember it yet
The taste of that clear pure water
But the preacher's words I barely heard
As sweet Bonnie Lou gave in she said

It was a lonely night in August
She was sitting at the end of the bar when I saw her
And with a little wine and an little time
She would be a prize to win

Now I'll never forget I remember it yet
The taste of that clear pure water
But that preacher's words could not be heard
When she whispered come on in she said


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"Do You Wanna Go to Heaven" as written by Curly Putman Bucky Jones

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