Lights Out - Jerry Byrne

Lights Out

Jerry Byrne

( Jerry Byrne, Specialty 635, 1958)

Standin' on my front porch
Grabbed her and I kissed her
Boy I was surprised when I saw her little sister
Lights out, lights out
I'm glad now the lights were out
Sister knows more about
What to do when the lights go out
Mother looked at me
She was a-peepin' through the window
The way she looked at me
Boy, I thought I was a sinner
Lights out, lights out
I'm glad now the lights were out
Sister knows more about
What to do when the lights go out
Lovin' on the front porch sittin' on the swing
I can almost hear those weddin' bells ring
Lights out, lights out
I'm glad now the lights were out
Sister knows more about
What to do when the lights go out

Lovin' on the front porch sittin' on the swing
I can almost hear those weddin' bells ring
Lights out, lights out
I'm glad now the lights were out
Sister knows more about
What to do when the lights go out
Now we're married and we bought a little house
Would have married little sister, but the lights went out
Lights out, lights out
I'm glad now the lights were out
Sister knows more about
What to do when the lights go out

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