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call you, George"

I said, "Baby, (baby), baby, (baby), baby, (baby)
Well, you can call me George Jetson, call me George Jones
I'll be your
Jones
The very first time I met her I
Saw her from across the room
And instantly we both became consumed by the thought 
Of she and I being together
name from Brown to Jones,
And mine from Brown to blue.

I couldn't keep my tears from falling,
On the courtroom floor,
By law, they took away my rights
just happy for the time, the weed and the wine

The walks in the park, escapades in the dark
We knew how it had to be right from the very start
'Cause I
WHAT'S IN OUR HEARTS
(George Jones â?? Country Johnny Mathis)
« © '63 Glad Music »
WITH MELBA MONTGOMERY

Everybody tells me you're a cheater
Yes
a left hand twirl,
She looked so mighty cute.
But she had fight and used her right
And floored him with a beaut.
Now you can't do that to six foot two,
Who's that knockin' on that door
Jones?
You better get away from that door
I don't know nobody named Jones
You're in the right church, brother,
A little lady standing next to me
Isn't she a pretty thing?
I'm the one that put that ring on her left hand
Another fellow can tip his hat
And I'm
FORGIVE ME NOW
(George Jones)
« © '63 Glad Music »

I lost her love and started drinking trying hard to stop from thinking
And I found that it was
on
Was somewhere between Jennings and Jones

Well some record executives found me one night
I was singing half lit they said it sounded right
Put my
dow Jones
80 cal. chrome, needed time alone to zone
The mack left his iPhone and his nine at home
My queen used her milkshake to bring ya'll to my
what pie is
I'm the shaky hand that touched George Foreman in Zaire
The same hand that punched down devils that brought down the towers
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
Written by George Jones and Jack Ripley

I won't say that I'm the only one who loves her
And I won't say I make her happy all the time
There's
Written by George Jones and Jack Ripley

Just a few of my favorite lies . . .

Lately I don't even miss her
Yes it's true, out of sight and out
(George Jones)
« © '63 Glad Music »

Well here I stand on this high ground
Looking out over this great big town
Searching for love that didn't
the song

No one picks like Bill Monroe and don't George Jones sing great
I can tell that the people care by the people at my gate
Webb Pierce invites
I'D JUMP THE MISSISSIPPI
(George Jones - Johnny Mathis)
« © '64 Glad Music »
WITH MELBA MONTGOMERY

I been lonely much too long I'd give a Yankee
up by the hands

Hey baby make me wet
I'll tie you to your bed
I'll whip your body, make you sweat
I'll whip your body, make you sweat
I'll whip
American girl

March ladies
(Left, left, left, right, left)
March ladies
(Right, right, right, left, right)

March ladies
(Left, left, left, right
thought I heard somebody calling In the dark I thought I heard somebody call

General George began the day by taking pink little pills
Sent his men
[Tammy Wynette - T.W.]
[George Jones - G.J]

[G.J.]
You always said someday you'd go to live
(In Southern California)
And me I'd stay right
Guess that makes two, me and you

By the way, my name's Jones
Hey, I know a place, it's not far from here
That's my dented red Chevy out front
You
[Tammy Wynette - T.W.]
[George Jones - G.J]

[G.J.]
You always said someday you'd go to live
(In Southern California)
And me I'd stay right
A little lady standing next to me
Isn't she a pretty thing?
I'm the one that put that ring on her left hand
Another fellow can tip his hat
And I'm