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Lynn Anderson – Jim Dandy lyrics

Jim Dandy to the rescue Jim Dandy to the rescue
Jim Dandy to the rescue go Jim Dandy go Jim Dandy
Jim Dandy on the mountain top ten thousand feet to drop
He started giddy on a runaway horse ha ha that's right of course
Jim Dandy to the rescue go Jim Dandy go Jim Dandy
Jim Dandy had a girl named Sue she was feelin' kind of blue
Jim Dandy is the kinda guy he never like to see a woman cry
Jim Dandy to the rescue go Jim Dandy get 'em Jim
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Jim Dandy in a submarine he gotta take it from a mermaid queen
She was hangin' from a fishin' life Jim Dandy didn't waste no time
Jim Dandy to the rescue hook it Jim Dandy
Jim Dandy had a golden mane he got a ticket on a dc Plane
Jim Dandy didn't need no suit he was hit but ready to boot
Jim Dandy to the rescue go Jim Dandy get 'em boy
Jim Dandy to the rescue Jim Dandy to the rescue
Jim Dandy to the rescue Jim Dandy to the rescue
Jim Dandy to the rescue sock it to 'em Jim
Jim Dandy to the rescue Jim Dandy to the rescue



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