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Jessi was a lovely child from West Tennessee
Leroy was an outlaw hard as me
One night she saw him starring & it chilled her to the bone She knew she had to see that look on a child of her own

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Cause ladies love outlaws like babies like stray dogs
Ladies touch babies like a banker touches gold
And outlaws touch ladies somewhere deep down in thier souls
Jessie liked cadillacs and diamonds on her hands
Leroy had a reputation as a woman's man
Then one night her light of love finally gave a sign
Jessie parked her cadillac and got herself in line

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Yeah ladies love outlaws like babies love a bunch of stray dogs
Ladies touch babies like a banker touches gold
And outlaws touch ladies anywhere they want.



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