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She turns every head comin' down the sidewalk
In that red sundress that she just bought
Causing a traffic jam on a green light

A string of pearls showin' off her suntan
And all those curls dancin' 'round her Ray-Bans
If you think that's something to see

[Chorus]
You oughta see her when she's on that front porch in those cutoff jeans
In that Texas Longhorns t-shirt, hair dryin' in the breeze
Humming along to some old Haggard song
You oughta see her when she's on

Down at the office in those high heels
Lookin' like a million, closing big deals
She'll remind the boys "My eyes are way up here..."
Yeah, that'll make you smile ear to ear

[Chorus]
You oughta see her when she's on that leather couch reading that fairy tale
To a sleepy-eyed little girl in pajamas and ponytails
Saying "One day, your Prince Charming will come along."
You oughta see her when she's on

Woah, you oughta see her when she's on that front porch in those old cutoff
Jeans
In that Texas Longhorns t-shirt, smilin' back at me
If you see her dressed to kill and it drops your jaw
You oughta see her when she's on that leather couch, reading that fairy
Tale

That's when she's on
That's when she's on that front porch, in those old cutoff jeans
That's when she's on
Woah, when she's on
That's when she's on



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