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Jenny, you are the frightened kind
But you're leaving all your troubles behind today
You never thought you'd turn that curve
You never thought you had the nerve to walk away

Now you're leaving all your troubles behind
Somewhere past the Tennessee line
You're leaving all your troubles behind you

Your boyfriend is the kinda guy
Who always makes you wonder why
You're sticking around

You work part time at the Dairy Queen
Tired of this whole lack of scene
Thinking about skipping town

So, you're leaving all your troubles behind
Your friends all say, you're wasting your time
You're leaving all your troubles behind you, ooh

Jenny, you are the frightened kind
But you're leaving all your troubles behind today
You never thought you'd turn that curve
You never thought you had the nerve to walk away, walk away

Leaving all your troubles behind
Somewhere past the Tennessee line
You're leaving all your troubles behind you, ooh

You're leaving all your troubles behind
Your friends all say, you're wasting your time
You're leaving all your troubles behind you, ooh, yeah

Leaving all your troubles behind
Leaving all



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