Tennessee Saturday Night song lyrics

ERNEST TUBB Tennessee Saturday Night Lyrics
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Now listen while I tell you bout a place I know

Down in Tennessee where the tall corn grows

Hidden from the world in a bunch of pines

Where the moon`s a little bashful and seldom shines

Civilized people live there alright but they all go native on Saturday night

[ guitar ]

Their music is a fiddle and a crack guitar they take the kicks from an old fruit jar

They do the boogie to an old square dance

The woods`re full of couples lookin` for romance

Some bartender takes his brogain lights out the lights

Yes they all go native on Saturday night

[ piano ]

When they really get together there`s a lot of fun

They all know the other fella packs a gun

Everybody does his best and acts just right

Cause it`s gonna be a funeral if you start a fight

They struggle and they shuffle till the broad daylight

Yes they all go native on Saturday night

[ steel ]

Well now you`ve heard my story bout a place I know

Down in Tennessee where the tall corn grows

Hidden from the world in a bunch of pines

Where the moon`s a little bashful and seldom shines

Civilized people live there alright but they all go native on Saturday night



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Songwriters: HUGHES, BILLY

Album: Greetings from Tennessee

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