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Johnny: Well, I'm gonna start out walkin' / just you wait and see
June: Uh-uh guitar picker / you ain't leavin' without me
Johnny: Oh, you big mouthed woman
June: You long-legged guitar pickin' man
Both: Well, we can work this out
Johnny: Uh-huh, yes ma’am, I think we can

Johnny: Well I stole the Hope diamond / hopin' I could shut your mouth
June: But how am I gonna wear it / if I got to hide it out
Johnny: Oh, you big mouthed woman
June: You long-legged guitar pickin' man
Both: Well, we can work this out
Johnny: Uh-huh, yes ma’am, I think we can

(Instrumental chorus-guitar solo; spoken banter)

Johnny: Well I bought you a first class ticket / for a luxury liner cruise
June: I got out in that ocean / looked around and there was you
Johnny: Oh, you big mouthed woman
June: You long-legged guitar pickin' man
Both: Well, we can work this out
Johnny: Uh-huh, yes ma’am, I think we can

Johnny: I bought you a big long limousine
June: But I don't want no car / I need my lovin' every day
Johnny: But you're still what you are

Johnny: You're just a big mouthed woman
June: You're a long-legged guitar pickin' man
Both: Well, we can work this out, uh-huh
Johnny: Yes ma’am, I think we can

(Singers banter to fade)



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