"Sister's Coming Home/Down at the Corner Beer Joint" as written by and Willie Nelson....
Sister's coming home
Mama's gonna let her sleep
The whole day long
The whole day long
Sister's coming home
Mama's gonna let her sleep
The whole day long

Sister's coming home
Mama don't like the man
That done her wrong
That done her wrong
Sister's coming home
Mama don't like the man
That done her wrong

Sister's coming home
Mama's gonna let her sleep
The whole day long
The whole day long
Sister's coming home
Mama's gonna let her sleep
The whole day long
The mirror's gonna tell her
How long she's been gone

Down at the corner beer joint
Dancin' on the rock'n roll
Sister likes to do it
Lord, sister likes to move her soul
Down at the corner beer joint
Dancin' on a hardwood floor

Her jeans fit
A little bit tighter
Than they did before
Than they did before
Than they did before
Lord, her jeans fit
A little bit tighter
Than they did before
Than they did before
Than they did before
Lord, her jeans fit
A little bit tighter
Than they did before

Down at corner beer joint
Dancing to the rock 'n' roll
Sister likes to do it
Lord, sister likes to move her soul
Down at corner beer joint
Dancing on the hardwood floor

Her jeans fit
A little bit tighter
Than they did before
Than they did before
Than they did before
Well her jeans fit
A little bit tighter
Than they did before

She likes to move her soul
She likes to move her soul
Sister likes to do it
Lord, sister likes to move her soul


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"Sister's Coming Home/Down at the Corner Beer Joint" as written by Willie Nelson

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