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Elvis And Andy

In the style of

Confederate Railroad

Lyrics

now bein'
from the south
i never had a doubt
what kind of girl
i'd want

i'd pick
a georgia peach
or a
mississippi queen
or a
dallas debutante

but i met
a little blond
from above
and beyond
the mason-dixon line

now she ain't
a dixie dumplin'
but let me
tell you somethin'
lord she more
than qualifies

she likes elvis
she likes andy
she's just as
pretty as can be
she's the
number one fan
of both graceland
and mayberry rfd

she ain't
a southern belle
but it's hard to tell
she's got
every quality

she likes elvis
she likes andy
so she's
fine and dandy
with me

i took her home
for christmas
to try some
southern dishes
my mama's
famous for

but mama threw a fit
'cause she wouldn't
eat her grits
it was lookin' like
the civil war

i was hopin'
like the devil
that they'd meet up
in the middle
but neither
one would budge

then i heard 'em
in the kitchen
a laughin'
and a gigglin'
singin' hunka hunka
burnin' love

she likes elvis
she likes andy
she's just as
pretty as can be
she's the
number one fan
of both graceland
and mayberry rfd

she ain't
a southern belle
but it's hard to tell
she's got
every quality

she likes elvis
she likes andy
so she's
fine and dandy
with me

no she ain't
a southern belle
but it's hard to tell
she's got
every quality

she likes elvis
she likes andy
so she's
fine and dandy
with me

she likes elvis
she likes andy
so she's
fine and dandy
with me

Details

  • Duration : 3:28
  • Key : G
  • Genre : Country
  • Year released : 1994
  • Language : English

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