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[ Don Rich ]
For two long weeks you're goin' to Kansas City
And I'm sure I'm gonna miss you while you're gone
Well this ol' town will seem to die without you
But it will sure come to life when you come home
So take care of you for me in Kansas City and honey call me every now and then
So take care of you for me in Kansas City
Cause I'll miss you till you're in my arms again

Well honey watch those Kansas City dandys
And don't let them fool you with their charms
Have a lot of fun but remember that I love you
And I'm waiting here with my two empty arms
So take care of you...

Well I've never ever been to Kansas City
But I've heard stories about the girl that's gone
So if you just have to go to Kansas City
Take your time gettin' there but you just hurry home
Oh take care of you...
Oh I'll miss you till you're in my arms again



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