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Ty England – A Swing Like That lyrics

(David Lewis/Billy Lavelle)

Mercy sakes look at her walk
She really makes them blue jeans talk
I can't take my eyes off of her
She's sure put together right
I wish I may, I wish I might
Get her to play in my back yard tonight yes sir

If I had a swing like that
Anytime day or night
You know where I'd be at
Sashaying swaying back and forth
Man I'd never leave the porch
If I had a swing like that

Goodness gracious land o'goshen
Every move's a major motion
Rolls me over like an ocean wave
Man there oughta be a law
Beats anything I ever saw
I sure love to watch her walk away

If I had a swing like that
Anytime day or night
You know where I'd be at
Sashaying swaying back and forth
Man I'd never leave the porch
If I had a swing like that



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