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There's hot time in the old town, down town tonight
Hot times in old town tonight
There's hot time in the old town, down town tonight
Hot times in old town tonight

Oh, come and go with me down in old town tonight
It's hot times in old town tonight
Yes, come and go with me down in old town tonight
Hot time in old town tonight

Rubber tire the buggy, rubber tire the hack
I'm going down to bring my baby back
It's hot times in old town, down town tonight
Hot times in old town tonight

I'm going down with razor, yes, in my hand
I'm going down looking for that man
It's hot times in the old town, down town tonight
Hot times in old town tonight

I said, rubber tire the buggy, rubber tire the hack
I'm going down to bring my baby back
It's hot times in the old town, down town tonight
Hot time in old town tonight



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    craig55Jul 9, 2011 at 4:11 pm
    [incomprehensible]
    " You can railroad tie your buggy ,you can railroad tie your hack."
    Think cowboys tying their horse to a railing outside the saloon.A horse drawn buggy has two or more seats,the hack only has one.

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