Jefferson County Two​-​Step

from by Melanie Beth Curran

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lyrics

Well I got two trucks and a camo cap
My baby by my side and a thirty rack
I’m headed down the road I ain’t lookin back
I’m in Jefferson county again
Jefferson county again

Hey Hey Jefferson County
You’re the place to be,
When I die won’t you line my coffin with that Real Tree
Hey Hey, Jefferson County
The place of my dreams
When I die won’t you lay me down in my Wrangler jeans

Stop to get a bit at Chimacum Café
When a pretty little baby Chima-comes my way
Got bad tattoos and a Chevrolet
Gonna dance with you tonight
Gonna dance with you tonight

Hey Hey Jefferson County
You’re the place to be,
When I die won’t you line my coffin with that Real Tree
Hey Hey, Jefferson County
The place of my dreams
When I die won’t you lay me down in my Wrangler jeans

Well I got a spotty dog and a case of La Croix
Nobody knows if I’m a girl or a boy
Honky-tonking always brings me joy
Going to the Hilltop tonight
Gonna dance at the Hilltop tonight

Hey Hey Jefferson County
You’re the place to be,
When I die won’t you line my coffin with that Real Tree
Hey Hey, Jefferson County
The place of my dreams
When I die won’t you lay me down in my Wrangler jeans

Drinkin a beer in a Naugahyde booth
Singing along to Three chords and the truth
Along comes my baby in the cowboy boots
Gonna dance with you all night
Gonna dance with you all night

Hey Hey Jefferson County
You’re the place to be,
When I die won’t you line my coffin with that Real Tree
Hey Hey, Jefferson County
The place of my dreams
When I die won’t you lay me down in my Wrangler jeans

WRITTEN BY MELANIE CURRAN AND HEATHER LITTLEFIELD

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from Hot Sauce in Kitsap County, released September 30, 2016
Melanie Curran and Heather Littlefield

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Melanie Beth Curran Seattle, Washington

Melanie Beth Curran is a old timey honky tonk songwriter from Kitsap County, Washington. Her music centers around moments, memories and memorials to the places and people of her Pacific Northwest home. She sounds like Tom Waits taking bubble bath in the fountain at the Kitsap Mall during 1994 while listening to Emmylou Harris backwards with the night jasmine blooming. ... more

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