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Now way down south where I made my start
They do a dance down there called the Georgia Slop
They all hang out at pet leg Lee's
And they don't give a hoop about no police
Peg leg Lee's where I'm talking about
Where they knock down kick and drag them out

The get paid on Friday when they work all done
And they all do it up until Monday come
When they do that flop they turn loose hands
And do they feet like a chicken when they scratching in sand
Peg leg Lee's where I'm talking about
Where they knock down kick and drag them out

On Saturday night they all get knocked out
And when Sunday come they all would shout
Monday morning when the sun is bright
They all talk about what happened Saturday night
Peg leg Lee's where I'm talking about
Where they knock down kick and drag them out

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I stopped to get a soda and see fat jive
I met a chick she weighed about 385
I started to look and I couldn't stop
And she and I got together and did the Georgia Slop
Peg leg Lee's where I'm talking about
Where they knock down kick and drag them out



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