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Robert Earl Keen – Copenhagen lyrics

Now I went out last Sunday with my little Mary Anne
She said please stay 'till Monday and she grabbed me by the can
She laid a big one on me- surprised me with her tongue
But her surprise was waitin' there between my cheek and gum

Copenhagen, what a wad of flavor
Copenhagen, you can see it in my smile
Copenhagen, do yourself a favor chew
Copenhagen, drivin' pretty girls wild

So I went to the movies with my little Peggy Sue
I had my dip there in my lip just like I always do
She didn't know I's spittin in my Coca Cola cup
She took a great big swaller and then threw her popcorn up, Whoa!

Copenhagen, what a wad of flavor
Copenhagen, you can see it in my smile
Copenhagen, do yourself a favor chew
Copenhagen, drivin' pretty girls wild

The moral of this story is so very sad but true
If you stay 'till breakfast friend, they'll wanna marry you
So try my little method and I promise you no doubt
Dip some Copenhagen if you wanna snuff 'em out

Copenhagen, what a wad of flavor
Copenhagen, you can see it in my smile
Copenhagen, do yourself a favor chew
Copenhagen, drivin' pretty girls wild
Copenhagen, drivin' pretty girls wild



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