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Lee Roy Parnell – Knock Yourself Out lyrics

Yeah you've been down on the farm too long
Time to cut loose and tie one on
You've seen them all dancin' on the cmt
You need some Country Music and some tlc

Go on and knock yourself out
Yeah knock yourself out
Have yourself a big time babe
That's what it's all about

You've been waitin' them tables, ironing them clothes
Cookin' and cleanin' when you get home
Let the dinner dishes pile up in the sink
Forget all about what the neighbors think

(Repeat chorus)

It ain't no use in you sitting home all alone
Leave the number of the honky tonk
On your code-a-phone
Find a cool cowboy with some new shiny boots
See if he can help you get back to your roots
And then

(Repeat chorus)

Well, there ain't no use in you sittin' home all alone
Leave the number of the honky tonk
On your code-a-phone
You've been a real good girl week in and week out
Time to wiggle and to jiggle and to jump and shout

(Repeat chorus)

Yeah, knock yourself out
Knock yourself out

(Repeat chorus)

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