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Jerry Lee Lewis – What's Made Milwaukee Famous lyrics

Its late and she's waiting and I know I should go home

But every time I start to leave they play another song

Then someone buys another round and wherever drinks are free

What's made Milwaukee famous has made a fool out of me

Babys begged me not to go so many times before

She says love and happiness can't live behind those swinging doors

Nows she's gone and I'm to blame to late I finally see

What's made Milwaukee famous has made a loser out of me

Babys begged me not to go so many times before

She says love and happiness just can't live behind those swinging doors

Nows she's gone and I'm to blame to late I finally see

What's made Milwaukee famous has made a loser out of me

What's made Milwaukee famous has made a loser out of me



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