In the days the wild west cried
back in 1865
there came quite an unusual day
she was blond and she was tall
made the fellers give their all to her
she started quite a stir
all the little ladies in the town
didn't want that kind of girl around
but oh the fellas loved her so

Come on Queenie, don't be meanie
we all came to see you dance
we've been waiting, speculating
do we stand a chance

Then one day there came to town
traveling preacher Reverend Brown
and oh, the ladies loved him so
saw the bar and looked within
saw the shameless show of sin, oh my
the dust began to fly
he began to yell and holler so
screaming about the fiery place below
the name made Queenie run in shame

Come on Queenie, don't be meanie
we all came to see you dance
we've been waiting, speculating
do we stand a chance

Come on Queenie, don't be meanie
we all came to see you dance
we've been waiting, speculating
do we stand a chance



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