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She's Wearing Her Jeans A Little Bit Tighter
Prairie 1056
 
    
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She's Wearing Her Jeans A Little Bit Tighter
Prairie 1056
 


ID: 12651
   Instrumental  

TypeSinging Call
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Copies2
Vic's Rating0 (not rated)
Bpm 
Duration 
Media45 rpm vinyl
Artist(s)

Al Horn
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Cue Sheet

OPENER - CLOSER    Basic

Circle left
When you left you said you're doing her a favor
She cried and begged you not to go

Men star right, move it once you go
Allemande left and weave the ring go
Now she's wearing her jeans a little bit tighter
Dosado and promenade
So maybe you'd best wait a little bit longer
'Fore you come back, give her another chance


MIDDLE BREAK    Mainstream

Sides face, grand square
She thanks you for the call
There's someone at the door and
He's driving a big long Cadillac
She probably won't be home
When you come to get your clothes
They're on the back porch in a paper sack

Circle left
Now she's wearing her jeans a little bit tighter
Allemande left, come back and swing your own, promenade
So maybe you'd better wait a little bit longer
'Fore you come back, give her another chance


FIGURE    Mainstream, corner progression

Four couples roll away, heads (sides) pass thru
Separate, around one and make a line
Star thru, cloverleaf go movin' around some more
Centers zoom, new centers pass thru
Swing the corner lady and a go left allemande
Come on back and dosado, and then promenade
So maybe you'd best wait a little bit longer
'Fore you come back, give her another chance


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'Fore you come back, give her another chance
 
Lyrics

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Another Chance
 
 

When you left, you said you's doin' me a favor.
I cried and I begged you not to go.
Now it's just been two short weeks,
And you're wantin' to come back.
Well, I think there's somethin' that you oughtta know.

Well, I've rearranged the livin' room to suit me,
I gave your favorite chair to charity.
That closet you insisted on, it's mine now.
So don't bring your old hang-ups back to me.

And I'm wearin' my jeans a little bit tighter.
Changed my hair style and I'm learnin' how to dance.
So maybe you best wait a little bit longer,
'Fore you come back and give me another chance.

I thank you for your call but someone's knockin' at my door,
And he's drivin' a big old Cadillac.
I prob'ly won't be home when you come to get your clothes.
They're on the back porch in a paper sack.

And I'm wearin' my jeans a little bit tighter.
Changed my hair style and I'm learnin' how to dance.
So maybe you best wait a little bit longer,
'Fore you come back and give me another chance.

I'm wearin' my jeans a little bit tighter.
Changed my hair style and I'm learnin' how to dance.
So maybe you best wait a little bit longer,
'Fore you come back and give me another chance.

Thanks anyway, don't need another chance.
I think I'll pass.

Lyrics by Robert (Bobby) Drawdy, Jerry Lee Taylor and Dennis Knutson.
Recorded by Tammy Wynette.
 

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