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Dallas Wayne – She'll Go Down / In Honky Tonk History lyrics

She'll go down in honky-tonk history
With her name on a plaque, describin' the fact that she left me
She'll be a legend in her own time
Right up in back of that cold beer sign
She'll go down in honky-tonk history

V. 1
She's been burnin' up her days in a blaze of wild nights
And her name is a household word where the houses have blue lights
And I have tried to change her mind, but I guess it's set in stone
'Cause she has found new friends downtown and a place that she calls home

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V. 2
Barstools spin as she walks in and jaws drop to the floor
She pours down round after round while the boys just bring her more
And all they see's a barroom tease with a taste to paint the town
She's been living it up too long to ever live it down

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