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Willie Nelson – Sioux City Sue lyrics

Sioux City Sue Sioux City Sue your hair is red your eyes are blue
I'd swap my horse and dog for you Sioux City Sue
Sioux City Sue Sioux City Sue there ain't no gal as true as my sweet Sioux City Sue

I drive a herd of cattle down from old Nebraska way
That's how I come to be in the state of Iowa
And I met a girl in Iowa her eyes were big and blue
I asked her what her name was she said Sioux City Sue
Sioux City Sue Sioux City Sue...
[ keyboards - guitar ]
I asked her if she had a beau she said yes quite a few
Still I started courtin' my Sioux City Sue
The first time that I stole a kiss I caught her stealing two
I asked her did she love me she said indeed I do
Oh Sioux City Sue Sioux City Sue...
There ain't no gal as true as my sweet Sioux City Sue



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