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Don't be fool by big blue eyes by a smile or a golden curl 
Cause she'll love you now and then break every vow cause she's just a honky tonk girl
Don't be fool by big blue eyes by a smile or a golden curl 
Cause she'll love you now and then break every vow cause she's just a honky tonk girl
a honky tonk Christmas
But I'll be over you by New Year's Eve
"Blue Christmas" turn it up I want to hear it
So I can unwrap all them memories in my mind
the tourists in and Ray keeps them away
Let there be country and let the country play
Let there be country

Ernest Tubb's got all of the soul he's had for
Ernest Tubb or George D Hay Wes Rose and here's to Hank
I used to sit around at night with my old beat up guitar
And I'd wonder how it felt to be a country
I did some honky tonk healin' to get me over you
It took some neon nurses around the clock to pull me through
I was in critical condition my heart
And you're another one

She knows all the arts of love
She'll give your heart a twirl
'Cause she's just a honky-tonk girl

Don't be fooled by kisses
Written by Redd Stewart and Ernest Tubb
(As performed by George Jones) 
When the postman delivered the letter
Well, it filled her old heart full
And you're another one

She knows all the arts of love
She'll give your heart a twirl
'Cause she's just a honky-tonk girl

Don't be fooled by kisses
Recorded by: hank williams, sr.
Writer: ernest tubb

Capo: [g] st fret/key: g#/play: g
[g] I'm free at last from [c] love and all its' [g] worries
After eight long years, of higher education

So here's to me
I finally passed the bar
As I drove by that ol' honky tonk
Still tuggin at my heart
I
felt us drum apart
And every step you took
Was a stomp upon my heart

I onty hope that someday you get
Them low down blues

In some smokey honky tonk
my heart
 I only hope that someday you get
 Them low down blues
 In some smokey honky tonk
 You looked down at your shoes
 You'll think about that
heart somehow sometime some place
This is gonna work
Oh but what if I run out of honky tonks
Before I get over her

Shut down another bar
Try
me by the hand
We dance to the rhythm of a honky tonk band

My untamed heart can never be free
With the gals on my mind and the devil in me
Well,
way down hear in Dixie playing honky tonk music
Keepin' some joint a jumpin' every night of the week
Lord knows it's hard to keep a dance hall woman
Night is fallin' on this honky tonk city
Country music spillin' out on the street
Sure can sound good to a hard workin' man 
At the end of a hard
And all those little honky-tonk joys
Baby, what's the point?

Ain't no thing, ain't no thing
I'm standing in the pouring rain
And like I've never been
the honky-tonk for a little close dancin'
What was I thinkin'
Oh I knew there'd be hell to pay
But that crossed my mind a little too late
'Cause I was

Thinkin
blastin'
Hit the honky-tonk for a little close dancin'
What was I thinkin'
Oh I knew there'd be hell to pay
But that crossed my mind a little too late
song

They play 'em wild as a herd of horses
Rumbling through the open plain
If I throw you down a back road
Dumped you in a honky tonk
You'd never wanna
blastin'
Hit the honky-tonk for a little close dancin'
What was I thinkin'
Oh I knew there'd be hell to pay
But that crossed my mind a little too late
thanking God for niggas like Iceberg Slim
And the chick the honky's ran to see
She was the honky-tonk's fantasy
Tina Turner, the living legacy
And she's
blastin'
Hit the honky tonk for a little close dancin'
What was I thinkin'?

Oh I knew there'd be hell to pay, 
But that crossed my mind a little too
blastin'
Hit the honky-tonk for a little close dancin'
What was I thinkin'
Oh I knew there'd be hell to pay
But that crossed my mind a little too late