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curtain call
I can hear these words bein' whispered by all

Ol' George stopped drinkin' today
They're all gonna gather 'round me
Lord, I wish they could
the countryside. My name is St. George. I'm a knight.
 Saturday, July 10th. 8:05 pm. I was working out of the castle on the night
watch when a call came in from
you're leavin' town."

[George Jones]
She says, "One thing's for certain,
I don't love you any more."
And throws down the ring
As she walks out
you're leavin' town."

[George Jones]
She says, "One thing's for certain,
I don't love you any more."
And throws down the ring
As she walks out
storm
And out of this cold I need someone
Oh why oh lord why why
If you see her
tell her this for me
All I need is

One more chance at love
One more
storm
And out of this cold I need someone
Oh why oh lord why why
If you see her
tell her this for me
All I need is

One more chance at love
One
more or nothin' less
The kindest guy I ever knew

His mother's tears fell in vain
The afternoon George tried to explain
That he needed love like all
more or nothin' less
The kindest guy I ever knew

His mother's tears fell in vain
The afternoon George tried to explain
That he needed love like all
from the start
Let's renew our romance dear please just give once more chance dear
Forgive me now and I will always do what's right
It's my fault my
the countryside. My name is St. George. I'm a knight.
 Saturday, July 10th. 8:05 pm. I was working out of the castle on the night
watch when a call came in from
darlin, if you could call me dear
If you could learn to love me by and by
I wouldn't mind this waiting, for I could stand the pain
I'd be more to you than
darlin, if you could call me dear
If you could learn to love me by and by
I wouldn't mind this waiting, for I could stand the pain
I'd be more to you than
I love is true
And I'd never take a chance on losing you
Side by side hand in hand we'll never be apart
Just as long as we believe what's in our
Spend the summertime naturally high
By chopping wood, the next one or five
Saving our money for the county fair
George Jones' supposed to be there
We got
more British than is a picture of me bum
Gilbert and George are taking the piss

Take down the Union Jack
It clashes with the sunset
And pile up all
more British than is a picture of me bum
Gilbert and George are taking the piss

Take down the Union Jack
It clashes with the sunset
And pile up all
more British than is a picture of me bum
Gilbert and George are taking the piss

Take down the Union Jack
It clashes with the sunset
And pile up all
remain standing tall
And the memories I will cherish forever more

If by chance we meet again
(If by chance this is our last time
I see you
haunting slow
Darkended notes with bright decor
George and Velms are gone for weeks
Southern belles in London sing

I'm staring down the Epley Gate
Two
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
the worst
It was used by Charles I
(Quite informally)
And later by George IV
On a journey north
The state departments keep their
Historical renown
It's
(written by lowell george)
(performed by jackson browne on the lowell george tribute album rock and roll doctor;1997)

I've been the one who has been
talents at a glance.
Should Americans pick crops? George says "No,
'cause no one but a Mexican would stoop so low."
And after all, even in Egypt,
and I see dead people
One, two, three, body count
One, two, three, everybody count
One, two, three, body count
I check my other pocket more bodies
'm ever gonna catch up. I need relief, a little bit more than the check that George gave me. They're giving you the pink slip they are showing you the door,