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She left twenty-nine broken heartsBroken in twenty-nine partsNow there are twenty-nine fellas complainin’ to their momsAbout the lady from 29 palmsShe got twenty-nine cadillacsTwenty-nine sables from sach’sThey came from twenty-nine fellas who never had their armsAround the lady from 29 palmsShe’s a yip-yip-yippy-eyed dollyA new kinda gal of the westAnd yip-yip-yippy by-gollyWhatever she does, she does her bestShe rides twenty-nine trails to blissKnows twenty-nine ways how to kissShe is a gal that you dream of, you’d love to have your armsAround the lady from 29 palmsShe left twenty-nine broken hearts, babyBroken in twenty-nine parts were their broken hearts, mmm oy-da doy-daTwenty-nine fellas complainin’ to their momsAbout the lady from 29 palmsShe got twenty-nine cadillacs, babyTwenty-nine sables from sach’s and them cadillacs, mmm boy-da doy-daTwenty-nine fellas who never had their armsAround the lady from 29 palms(instrumental break)She’s a yippety-yippety-yippety-eye-oh, what a dollyA bronco that no one can breakAnd yippety-yippety-yippety-eye-oh, by-gollyShe’s never giving, but how she takesShe’s got twenty-nine diamond ringsGot, got, got ’em without any strings (wow!)A dynamite dream-boat, a load of atom bombs (who? )The lady from 29 palmsThe lady from 29 palms



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