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 I'm dry as a bone, as thin as I can be
She's hard like a stone, soft like a summer breeze
I guess I'm no bargain, guess I'm no big deal
But will you take a little chance on the old dance floor
To see waht you might feel?

I'm dry as a bone, she's all mystery
It's two drinks for one on Friday night
Bartender, two drinks please
A little bit of whiskey, a little bit of Texas Quickstep
Some people say I'm risky, but light on my feet, you bet!

I'm feelin' lonely; you're so alive
It's Friday night at the old dance hall
So maybe we'll just dance a little dance
Maybe we'll just take a little chance
'Cause my soul is dry as a bone

I'm dry as a bone, still wet behind the ears
When it gets hot I freeze to death, cry Oh Susanna tears
Bartender, bartender, where's that second round?
I used to have so many friends, now they don't come around

I'm dry as a bone, two hundred pounds of thirst
Stay away from that Dixie queen, you know I saw her first
A  little bit of whiskey, little bit of Texas Quickstep
Some people say I'm risky
But are you feeling anything yet?

I'm feelin' lonely; you're so alive
It's Friday night at the old dance hall
So maybe we'll just dance a little dance
Maybe we'll just take a little chance
'Cause my soul is dry as a bone


© 2012 - David Shapireau