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I've been watching you, watching her
Watching herself in the mirror
In her tailor made dress
And her long blonde hair
And her big diamond rings
And her custom made shoes

And I can tell by the look on your face
That you're making your move
But she hasn't got time
For a man who's tongue tied
And she doesn't like cowboys
And thinks less of fools

Chorus:
So, boy, don't you saddle yourself
To a high tone woman
She'll cut up your heart like an old credit card
When the fun and the money runs out
I've never seen an
Uptown, well read, thoroughbred, high tone woman
Sink as low as you

Hey, I'm on your side, don't go getting me wrong now
You're not a bad fella at all
But you're out of her league
So stay in the bleachers
Son, you couldn't please her
If you had it all

So, boy, don't you saddle yourself
To a high tone woman
She'll cut up your heart like an old credit card
When the fun and the money runs out

Chorus:
You're a fool if you saddle yourself
To a high tone woman
I've seen her cut up a heart like an old credit card
When the fun and the money runs out
I've never seen an
Uptown, well read, thoroughbred, high tone woman
Sink as low as you
Oh no, I've never seen an
Uptown, well read, thoroughbred, high tone woman
Sink as low as you



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