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I guess you're surprised to see me back in Louisville
After all that talk about goin' up north to make my kill
Why people in Toronto fell in love with me
But you know how I am that night life just won't let me be
Canadian women Canadian clubs
I got away clean I didn't leave a thing but a ring around the tub
And up in Brandon Manitoba I left thirteen empty jugs
Canadian women Canadian clubs

Well old Tom taught me how to stomp a tune or two
I hung around awhile and I got those sad weary blues
They told me that I oughta look out for those northern lights
That's a good excuse to sleep all day and stay up every night
Canadian women Canadian clubs...

Gordon introduced me to a folk or two some I hadn't met and some that I already knew
Well I'm goin' back as soon as I can raise the cash
Cause Canada is not a place that I wanna had in my past
Canadian women Canadian clubs...
Canadian women Lord Canadian clubs



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