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(Dolly Parton)

Thumbing for a ride by the edge of the road 
With a brown paper bag to hold my clothes 
But tonight I'm going home where I belong 
If
(Dolly Parton)

Beauty is a rare perfume 
Precious, yet doesn't last long 
Youth is but a playful breeze 
That blows our way once then moves on 
Love
(Dolly Parton)

Dr. Robert F. Thomas 
May his name forever stand 
Dr. Robert F. Thomas 
Was a mighty, mighty man 
And he enriched the lives
(Dolly Parton)

Beauty is a rare perfume 
Precious, yet doesn't last long 
Youth is but a playful breeze 
That blows our way once then moves on 
Love
(Dolly Parton)

There will come a day when sorrow fades away, 
And anguish and heartache shall ease, 
No mothers cryin', no soldiers dyin',
Writer Dolly Parton
Copyright 1975
(I'll remember you forever I'll remember you as mine)
Let's pretend tonight that it's the same as always
Let's go
(Dolly Parton)

I couldn't believe it the day that you left 
Cleaned out your closet, cleared off your shelves 
Loaded your car and you drove out
(Dolly Parton)

A dirt dobber built its nest 
On my only Sunday dress 
And the roof leaked in my shoes 
And when they dried they were too small
(Dolly Parton)
Run that by me one more time 
To make sure that I heard you right 
I hope you don't expect me to believe that line 
I might be
(Dolly Parton)
Run that by me one more time 
To make sure that I heard you right 
I hope you don't expect me to believe that line 
I might be
(Dolly Parton)

From a shack by a mountain stream 
To a room in New Orleans 
So far from my Blue Ridge Mountain home 
The men I meet ain't warm
(Dolly Parton)

We might have slept in a rail yard or camped by the river bank 
We fed ourselves from the fruit of the land 
And quenched our thirst
(Dolly Parton)

Spent all my money on everyone else 
Why I just kept handing it out right and left 
They didn't appreciate none of my help 
I have
(Dolly Parton)

He lived by the apple orchard in this little orchard shack 
His real name was Jackson Taylor but I called him AppleJack 
Now old
on to Dameron Street
Them other cars pulled over like the red sea had parted
It was then I had a vision of Dolly Parton
(Right there, he had a vision of Dolly
(Dolly Parton)

She stands before the mirror 
Smiles at her reflection 
Striking sexy poses in the glass 
She paints her lips a brilliant red 
Piles
to Lefrac
I'm a simple man like Chance de Gardner
I'm working nine to five, Dolly Parton
I got rhymes for jerks that's bringing on drama
Which rhyme you want
a hip hop scholar while you're left back 
So Jeckle and Rush go back to Lefrac 
I'm a simple man like Chance Gardner 
Working 9 to 5 Dolly Parton 
Got
(Dolly Parton)

I know this dress I'm wearing doesn't hide the secret I've tried concealing 
When he left he promised me he'd be back by the time it
Thick shakes little snakes
Fashion accessories earthquakes
Five and dime cherry lime
Wait my turn at the back of the line
Barbed wire forest fire
GO TO HELL
WRITER DOLLY PARTON

Go to Hell, go to Hell, go back where you belong Get thee behind me Satan, just leave me the Hell alone Take your
step
(Hmm)
On the stairway to Heaven, brother
(On the stairway)
Step by step
(Ooh, yeah)
On the stairway to Heaven, brother
(Are you goin' with me)

Step
I gotta make it to Heaven, for goin' through hell
I gotta make it to Heaven, I gotta make it to Heaven
I gotta make it to Heaven, for goin' through
bitches with titties like Dolly Parton, 
Time or place doesn't matter to me, sweety, 
I'll fuck you on the "A" train while I write graffiti, 
In
started drinkin' beers,
I'm hittin' hookaz by the dozen,
Makin' ya wetter 'cause I fuck better than your husband,
Givin' ya girl back spasms,
Cause G