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Waylon Jennings – Smokey On Your Front Door lyrics

You got a smokey on your front door, a smokey on your back door too
Lord, a mercy buddy, I wouldn't wanna be in your shoes
I can hear you talkin', I can hear you singin' the blues
You got a smokey on your front door, a smokey on your back door too

You got a woman on the east coast, one on the coast out west
One wants a baby, one wants a brand new dress
No way around it, you gotta spend some money, I guess
With a woman on the east coast, one on the coast out west

Diesel is up, the freight is down
And I believe they're jerkin' you boys around
Somebody oughta tell 'em if they don't know
Little wheels turnin' makes a big wheel roll

You got a smokey on your front door a smokey, on your back door too
Lord, a mercy buddy, I wouldn't wanna be in your shoes
I can hear you talkin', I can hear you singin' the blues
You got a smokey on your front door, a smokey on your back door too

I can hear you talkin', I can hear you singin' the blues
You got a smokey on your front door, a smokey on your back door too
Smokey on your front door, a smokey on your back door too



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