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KATY DID (Porter Wagoner) Porter Wagoner - 1972 Two sisters lived alone out in the country Their names were Katy and her sister Liz They farmed to raise the food that graced their table Liz never went to town but Katy did Katy went to town each Saturday morning To sell the eggs and buy for her and Liz Their only needs just some salt and sugar They grew the rest, her and sister Liz Liz never went to town like Katy did Liz never knew a man, but Katy did For I saw them one evening when they thought they were hid And you should've seen the things that him and Katy did I walked by Liz and Katy's house each evening Through the woods on my way home from school Then one evening Katy smiled and spoke so softly As I stood there blushing like a fool Then she asked me if I'd like to have some cookies That she baked for her and sister Liz Then as Katy took me in their kitchen I never closed the door, but Katy did She took my hand and my heart beat so wildly It sound like coffee a perking with no lid And I shook so bad, I even dropped my cookies I didn't know of love, but Katy did Liz never knew a man, but Katy did She said it's lonely here with sister Liz But I just kept on eatin' cookies, I was just a dumb kid I wish I'd known of love back then like Katy did Oh, I wish I'd known of love back then like Katy did (Contributed by - March 2007)

    


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