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Jukebox Cinderella Recorded by Johnny Duncan Written by Jim Zerface and Bill Zerface
C I met her in a ballroom in a northwest Texas town G7 She liked to play the jukebox just like me
Her hair was faded auburn and her eyes Texas brown F G7 And I could tell that she had some memories
I asked her what she loved C And she said she loves country songs Am F And fairy tales to read when she was blue G7 And I laughed and said well darlin'
I'm the prince of honky tonks C And I'm here to make your fairy tales come true
That night she used my shoulder for a pillow G7 The Yellow Rose Of Texas was our song
I called her my jukebox Cinderella C And she called me the prince of honky tonks
We drifted down to Lubbock spent some time in Abilene G7 Then we headed down south to San Antone
Yesterday near Austin we were stranded in a rain F G7 And I told her I would never let her go
And today the sun is shinning C There's a preacher in our sight Am F Fairy tales in Texas still come true G7 The preacher couldn't believe it
When I told my brand new bride C I love county songs and fairy tales of you
And tonight she'll use my shoulder for a pillow G7 The Yellow Rose Of Texas is our song
I call her my juke box Cinderella C And she calls me the prince of honky tonks
G7 I call her my jukebox Cinderella C And she calls me the prince of honky tonks
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