Coal Miner's Daughter (1980): Arguing over an Imaginary House

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The clip Arguing over an imaginary house from Coal Miner's Daughter (1980) *But now I'm a honky-tonk girl ...
The clip Arguing over an imaginary house from Coal Miner's Daughter (1980) *But now I'm a honky-tonk girl ** * You've come to tell me somethin'* * You say I ought to know * * That he don't love me anymore * *And I'll have to let him go * * You say you're gonna take him * *Ah-ha but I don't think you can * * 'Cause you ain't woman enough * * To take my man ** * Well I like my lovin' done country style * *And this little girl would walk a country mile * * To find her a good ol' slow talkin'country boy * *I said a country boy * *I'm about as old-fashioned as I can be * *And I hope you're likin'what you see * * 'Cause if you're lookin'at me * * You're lookin' at country ** * Well you've been a-makin' your brags around town * * That you've been a-lovin'my man * *But the man I love when he picks up trash * *He puts it in a garbage can * *And that's what you look like to me * *And what I see is a pity * * You better move your feet if you don't wanna eat *
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