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I said, "Three corn patches about four cotton fields away"
I said, "Three corn patches about four cotton fields away
Lives the prettiest girl in the whole darn U.S.A", I said a

She's got big brown eyes and long black wavy hair
She's got big brown eyes and long black wavy hair
She's so beautiful, people, it don't seem fair

Well, I've been to Chicago, been to New Orleans
Yes, I've been to Chicago, been to New Orleans
But I'd rather see my baby, workin' in her old blue jeans

I said, "Three corn patches about four cotton fields away"
I said, "Three corn patches about four cotton fields away
Lives the prettiest girl in the whole darn U.S.A", I said a

She keeps a big bulldog out in the yard all night
She keeps a big bulldog out in the yard all night
Well he barks like he's bare, but he don't bite

I said, "Three corn patches about four cotton fields away"
I said, "Three corn patches about four cotton fields away
Lives the prettiest girl in the whole darn U.S.A", I said a

I said, "Three corn patches about four cotton fields away"
I said, "Three corn patches about four cotton fields away"
I said, "Three"



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