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If Eggs Had Legs lyrics

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Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan – If Eggs Had Legs lyrics

If eggs had legs and long hair to their knees
They'd run through the flowers shinny up trees
When they tiptoe to the city better lock all the locks
They'd drink up our wine and take our dirty socks
If eggs had legs they'd steal a football shoes
You can see 'em kickin' chickens on a six o'clock news
Well they don't give a (quack) they got nothin' to lose
They're on the way to Tennessee that's why I got the blues
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If eggs had legs and long hair to their knees
You could hear 'em bite their toenails up in the trees
Drinkin' our wine gettin' stoned as an ox staggerin' around in our dirty socks
Little hairy legs in socks and football shoes
You could see 'em kickin' chickens on a six o'clock news
Well they don't give a (quack) they got nothin' to lose
They're on the way to Tennessee that's why I got the blues
They're on the way to Tennessee that's why I got the blues
They're on the way to Tennessee that's why I got the blues



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