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WILD TURKEY (Hugh Moffett / Pebe Sebert) Lacy J. Dalton - 1981 Becky Cole - 2003 Had one lover all my life, he left me high and dry And after I cried all my tears, I learned how to get by Well there's been old friends to ease my pain, Jack Daniels to name a few But I'd be damned if I go home with a Wild Turkey like you I've been out with Johnny Ridge, George Dickle never failed I've taken Southern Comfort just to chase that Coopers Ale And on those cold nights old Granddad would help me make it through But I'd be damned if I go home with a Wild Turkey like you Now I have seen some losers, that would make a statue cry But boy if you had some feathers I'd swear that you could fly Yes, I came in here alone and yes, I've had a few But I'd be damned if I go home with a Wild Turkey like you Now don't get the impression that I care about what you do But when it gets close to thanksgiving I'd hide if I was you Yes, I came in here alone and yes, I've had a few But I'd be damned if I go home with a Wild Turkey like you (Contributed by - August 2008)

    


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