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Keith Whitley – Lucky Dog lyrics

I can't stand the collar
It makes it hard to swallar
But where you go I'll faller
Hey, I'm a lucky dog

I can't get used to gettin'
All this love and pettin'
You're about to spoil me rotten
Hey, I'm a lucky dog

I used to be a homeless hound
Runnin' 'round up and down
Every street in town

When I found you baby
The one who drove me crazy
There ain't no ifs or maybes
Hey, I'm a lucky dog

Since my tails waggin'
My tummy's almost draggin'
I just can't keep from braggin'
Hey, I'm a lucky dog

I used to be a homeless hound
Runnin' 'round up and down
Every street in town

When I found you baby
The one who drove me crazy
There ain't no ifs or maybes
Hey, I'm a lucky dog



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