"Flat Natural Born Good-Timin' Man" as written by and Stewart....
Steppin' out steppin' high, step on back check my stride
I'm ready for anything come Saturday night
Got my two-tones on, the dance floor's their home
I'm just a honky cat honkin' down at the honky tonk

I'm goin' down on Whiskey Row
Where them good lookin', high heeled honeys go
Those free wheelin' girls sure 'nuff a friend
Of a flat natural born good timin' man

My uncle Joe Dan was a lady's man
He taught me the what to do's and when's
And when I'm through with you, you won't wanna move
You'll lay on back and smile at what you've just gone through

I'm goin' down on Whiskey Row
Where them good lookin', high heeled honeys go
Those free wheelin' girls sure 'nuff a friend
Of a flat natural born good timin' man
I'm a flat natural born good timin' man


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