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(charlie crowe)It started with a dare at a bar in sarasotaA spring break party miles from minnesotaJane was with her friends to mark a celebrationPhi beta kappa for her college graduationA little pomp and circumstanceSee jane danceThe bouncer led the ladies to an open-air cabanaA sea of coppertone’s and hawaiian tropicana’sA slew of southern beauties were causin’ a commotionOilin’ up their skin to win a trip across the oceanJane had never been to franceSee jane danceShe jumped up on the stage and after many margaritasShe took her place in line amongst the tanned senioritisShe tore into a groove and lost her inhibitionStirrin’ up the crowd, she blew away the competitionIn her leopard underpantsSee jane danceNow she drives a beamer that was bartered for a gig in barcelonaA harley that was payment from the bikers in daytonaShe’s heavily invested her stock is on the runBe worth a couple million by the time she’s thirty-oneSo before you miss your chanceSee jane danceYeah she’ll put ya in a tranceSee jane danceDanceDance

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