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fun to do country song recorded Tracy Byrd.
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Watermelon Crawl Recorded by Tracy Byrd Written by Buddy Brock and Zack Turner
G I was driving through Georgia in late July D7 G On a day hot enough to make the devil sigh C I saw a homemade sign written in red G D7 G Rind County Watermelon Festival Ahead
Well I wasn't in a hurry so I slowed down D7 G Took a two lane road to a one horse town C There was a party going on when I got there G D7 G I heard a welcome speech from a small town mayor
C He said we got a hundred gallons of sweet red wine G Made from the biggest watermelons on the vine C Help yourself to some but obey the law G D7 G If you drink don't drive do the watermelon crawl
When the band started playing the watermelon queen D7 G Said let me show you something that you ain't never seen C She grabbed me by the arm said come on let's go G D7 G She dipped down spun around and doe-see-doe
She rocked back on her heels dropped down to her knees D7 G Crawled across the floor then she jumped back on her feet C She wiggled and she giggled beat all you ever saw G D7 G Said that is how you do the watermelon crawl
repeat #3 She said we ...
Well if you're ever down in Georgia round about July D7 G If you ain't in a hurry then you oughta stop by C I can guarantee that you're gonna have a ball G D7 G Learning how to do the watermelon crawl
repeat #3 Well we got...
D7 G D7 G Do the watermelon crawl have fun you all D7 G And do the watermelon crawl
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