Haven't we met before
I swear those fancy boots have danced
around this simple town before.
I said haven't we met before
I swear I've heard that voice ramble on and on about
limousines and cheap cigars before.
The rain hasn't quit since you strolled in
so what's holding those shoulders proud
and what's keeping that chin up with the gray clouds
Big shot with a big mouth you better
keep it quiet when you're out and about
cause you're the number one to be gunned down
close the blinds, brace the door
that's right, when you sleep
you better keep an open eye at night
you're not alone tonight so
think twice to walk around from under
street lights when you're out
you better keep an open eye at night
the talk hasn't stopped since you strolled in
and it's killing us slowly now so
pack your shirt take a bow and get the hell on out
arms crossed against a brick wall, you bet I'm
close watching cause you spit when you talk
so hold that tongue and get a head start running
you'll hit the road I'll let the bad times roll
into a ditch would sure fix you up.


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Limousines And Cheap Cigars Lyrics as written by John Addington Danny Song

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