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Connie Cato - vocal

FOUR ON THE FLOOR
(Lola Jean Dillon)


Well I met Jimmy when I was just sixteen
Everybody said he was much too wild for me
Mama said child you'd better leave him alone if you wanna stay pure and sweet
He's got a four on the floor and a fifth down under the seat

He's got a four on the floor and a fifth down under the seat
Oh but never the less he swept me off of my feet
Cause he had a virtue that never came out till he was alone with me
In his four on the floor and a fifth down under the seat

Every night we'd race to lover's lane
One night we got to talkin' bout weddin' rings
And I got to wonderin' if my love could cleanse my little black sheep
With his four on the floor and a fifth down under the seat

In his four on the floor and a fifth down under the seat...

Late one night we crossed the Georgia line
And a little ole gray haired judge made Jimmy mine
Now we got a car five kids and bills and a house on a quiet little street
We got four on the floor and a fifth down under the seat

We got four on the floor and a fifth down under the seat...
Now we got four on the floor and a fifth down under the seat

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