Draggin' main street up and down makin' every block in town
Nothin' to do no place to go except drag main or see a show
Draggin' main street at a half past ten just saw a little girl I'd like to win
She's drivin down main street all alone I gotta get her in my arms fore I go home

People say we're a flirting but they just don't know
That they are all married or too young or even too old
It's not fun to sit at home alone with no place to go
If we keep draggin' main street we'll find someone nice to know

In our little town that's all we do
Drag main street for we don't care who
We like to be seen so we make a lot of noise
Cause we're dixie gals huntin' yankee-doodle boys

People say we're a flirting but they just don't know
That they are all married or too young or even too old
It's not fun to sit at home alone with no place to go
If we keep draggin' main street we'll find someone nice to know

I keep chasin' her round the block
We might get acquainted if she'd just stop
My gas tank's empty now I gotta go in
But tomorrow night I'll drag main again
Draggin' main street up and down makin' every block in town
Nothin' to do no place to go except drag main or see a show


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