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So Long Farewell Bette Bob lyrics

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Miley Cyrus – So Long Farewell Bette Bob lyrics

So long farewell bette bop every things will never be the same without you
Being around with us but our memories and hearts will never fade away from
Your family forever until we will always meet again some day in heaven

The howling of the dogs are coming to taylorsville to the shock the town
With country music off their feet to go back on the memories of bette bop
Together; wherever she goes.

Wherever she goes the people of utah will always remember her from their
Hearts until her family will meet again someday but they will never fade
Away from each over forever.

Here comes grandma bette bop rockning around with her family at christmas
Time when they are together to bring happines to each other; with the
Christmas party downtown of taylorsville, utah on the streets tonight so her
Family could put up christmas lights on the roof top so santa claus could
Goes down bette bop's cheminey on christmas eve; then on christmas morning
All bette bob shall open up santa's gifts every year together with family.

Bette Bop will always be remember from her family of Idaho & Utah until
They meet again some day & her love to them will never fade away after she
Goes back to heaven and wait for them across the vails of eternal life.

Chours: Do the hoedown with thorowdown zizags across the floor when utah country gals come out tonight to say one last farewell to bette bop until we meet again some day with another song will never fade away from her heart forever.

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