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Barefootin' lyrics

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Alabama – Barefootin' lyrics

Everybody get on your feet you make me nervous when you're in your seat
Take off your shoes and pat your feet we're doin' a dance that can't be beat
We're barefootin' we're barefootin' we're barefootin' we're barefootin'
Went to a party the other night long tall Sally was out of sight
Threw 'way her wig and her high sneakers too she's doing a dance without any shoes
She's barefootin' she's barefootin' she's barefootin' she's barefootin'
Hey little girl with your red dress on bet you can barefoot all night long
Take off your shoes and throw 'em away come back and get 'em another day
We're barefootin' we're barefootin' we're barefootin' we're barefootin'
Everybody be barefootin' take your shoes off

Little John Henry he said to Sue if I barefoot would you barefoot too
Sue told John I'll stir your stew I was barefootin' ever since I was two
I'm barefootin' we're barefootin' we're barefootin' we're barefootin'
Barefootin' we're barefootin' don't have no shoes on we're barefootin'
We're barefootin' we're barefootin' we're barefootin' we're barefootin'



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