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Don Gibson – Good Deal Lucille lyrics

Good deal lucille
Writers Al Terry, J. D. Miller, Charles Theriot
Copyright 1954

Goodbye Lou cherche vous another man
Say "l'amour, portoujour" if you can
You're high class, you've got a past
Now you're a wheel ho ho, good deal Lucille
Go your way, leave today, that's your plan
Leave me here, cherche vous another man
Paint the town, sorrows drown, that's how I feel
Ho ho, good deal Lucille
Parlez vous, here's to you, it's your game
If I'm here or I'm gone, it's all the same
Call the tune, stack the cards, this is your deal
Ho ho, good deal Lucille.
Au revoir, so long and goodbye
C'est la vie, woe is me, oh my
Paint the town, sorrows drown, that's how I feel
Ho ho, good deal Lucille



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