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Stay A Little Longer lyrics

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Willie Nelson – Stay A Little Longer lyrics

Can't go home if you're goin' by the mill
Cause the bridge's washed out at the bottom of the hill
Big Creek's up Little Creek's level plow my corn with a double shovel
Stay all night stay a little longer dance all night dance a little longer
Pull off your coat throw it in the corner don't see why you can't stay a little longer

Sittin' in the window singin' to my love slop bucket fell from the window up above
Mule and the grasshopper eatin' ice cream mule got sick so they laid him on the green
Stay all night stay...
[ guitar ]
Well you ought to see my Blue Eyed Sally she lives away down on Shinbone Alley
Number on the gate the number on the door the next house over is the grocery store
Stay all night stay...
[ guitar ]
Stay all night stay...
Don't see why you can't stay a little longer



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