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T: By a fountain back in Rome I fell in love with you
T: In a small cafe in Athens you said you loved me too
G: And it was April in Paris, when I first held you close to me
T: Rome, Georgia
G: Athens, Texas
B: And Paris, Tennessee

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No we're not the jet set, we're the old Chevrolet set
There's no Riviera in Festus, Missouri
And you won't find Onasis in Mullinville, Kansas
No, we're not the jet set, we're the old Chevrolet set
But ain't we got love

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No we're not the jet set, we're the old Chevrolet set
Our steak and martinis is draft beer with weiners
Our Bach and Tschaikowsky is Haggard and Husky
No we're not the jet set, we're the old Chevrolet set
But ain't we got love

No, we're not the jet set, we're the old Chevrolet set
The Jones and Wynette set ain't the flamin' suzette set
Our Bach and Tschaikowsky is Haggard n'...



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