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I've told you that I'm Lightning's girl
But you keep hanging round
If Lightning ever catches you
He's got to put you down
About six feet!

Stay away from Lightning's girl
And this part of town
Stay away from Lightning's girl
Or he'll put you down...yeah

Better stop your grooving round
Another roosters hen
If Lightning ever catches you
He's got to do you in
In about two minutes!

Stay away from Lightning's girl
And this part of town
Stay away from Lightning's girl
Or he'll put you down

Here comes Lightning down the street
While you just stand there talking
If I were you I'd start to move
And tell my story walking
About a hundred miles an hour!

Stay away from Lightning's girl
And this part of town
Stay away from Lightning's girl
Or he'll put you down

Stay away from Lightning's g-i-are-l
Stay away from Lightning's g-i-are-l
Stay away from Lightning's g-i-are-l
Stay away from Lightning's g-i-are-l



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