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Amy's Eyes

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Amy's Eyes

Oh, Spanish maroon!
Oh, lucky ladies of the valley!

In a Memphis tavern
Three short-necked entertainers astound.
A dancing vixen who’s eyes are daring
Ascends a skirt of silken bearing.
Oh, singing maroon!
Oh, lucky ladies of the valley!

Were Amy’s eyes
Of the first castle
Just a tad too daring?
Was Pocahontas flamboyant?
In a corset of ivy green?
Oh lucky clover

Oh, lucky maroon!
Oh, Spanish ladies of the valley!

In a revolving tavern
Three short-necked entertainers astound.

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