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When there's icicles hangin' on the green pinetrees
And the Florida oranges all turn blue
When there's Miami snow then baby you will know
That I stopped loving you.

When there's no cattle roamin' on a Texas plains
And the Texasans stop raggin' like they do
When no blue blizzards blow then baby you will know
That I stopped loving you.

When there's no pretty women in Kentucky
And Tennessee's got no more mountain dew
When the Grand Ole Opry stars stop playing their guitars
Then I'll stop loving you.

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When we all take a sleigh ride on Miami shore
And the girls in Bikini's all turned blue
When there's Miami snow then baby you will know
That I stopped loving you.

When there's no pretty women in Kentucky
And Tennessee's got no more mountain dew
When the Grand Ole Opry stars stop playing their guitars
Then I'll stop loving you.

When the Grand Ole Opry stars stop playing their guitars
Then I'll stop loving you...



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