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(Bill Anderson/Buddy Cannon/Paul Overstreet)

Baby put your clothes on, put on those brand new shoes
I wanna take you downtown, I gotta little blues to lose
I wanna see you dancing, swinging to a country song
I love to show you off, baby put your clothes on

We been sittin 'round here hardly doin' nothin’
I think we need a little bit of belt-buckle rubbin'
Where the lights are low and the music's fine
Wouldn't hurt us none to have a little you and me time

Baby put your clothes on, paint up those pretty lips
Put on those cool blue jeans, the ones that ride low on your hips
You know you make their heads turn
Little girl you look so strong
I love to show you off, baby put your clothes on

Baby put your clothes on, put on those brand new shoes
I wanna take you downtown, I got a little blues to lose
I wanna see you dancing, swingin' to a country song
I love to show you off, baby put your clothes on

We been sittin 'round here hardly doin' nothin'
I think we need a little bit of belt-buckle rubbin'
Where the lights are low and the music's fine
Wouldn't hurt us none to have a little you and me time



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