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She's a little ol' cowgirl from out Texas way
Countin' the nights 'til the fiddler plays
Workin' all week just doin' her thing
She likes punchin' doggies but she loves to swing

And when she hears that backbeat rhythm driftin' through the door
She can't talk, she can't sit still, she can't stay off of that floor
Kickin' her heels up lordy look at her twirl
Everybody wants to boogie on down
With the little ol' cowgirl

She's got skin tight blue jeans, a big Stetson hat
Knee high boots well how about that
That rodeo buckle sure does shine
She cuts a two-step in a travelin' line

And when she hears that backbeat rhythm driftin' through the door
She can't talk, she can't sit still, she can't stay off of that floor
Kickin' her heels up lordy look at her twirl
Everybody wants to boogie on down
With the little ol' cowgirl

So listen up cowboy, here's a little advice
Before you make your move son you'd better think twice
'Cause she don't stop and she won't go
'Til they bring that house down with the cotton-eyed joe

And when she hears that backbeat rhythm driftin' through the door
She can't talk, she can't sit still, she can't stay off of that floor
Kickin' her heels up lordy look at her twirl
Everybody wants to boogie on down
With the little ol' cowgirl



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