Jack And Dianne John Cougar Mellencamp
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[G]A little dit[D]ty about Jac[C]k and Diane[D], .. [G]two American k[D]ids growing up[C] in the [G]heartland
[G]Jack, he's [D]gonna be a [C]football st[D]ar, .. [G]Diane debutan[D]te back seat of[C] Jacky's ca[G]r.
[G]Oh ye[D]ah, [C]life goes [D]on, l[G]ong after the [D]thrill of liv[C]ing is go[G]ne.
[G]Oh ye[D]ah, [C]life goes [D]on, l[G]ong after the [D]thrill of liv[C]ing is [G]gone,
Suckin' on a chili dog outside the Tastee Freez, Diane sittin' on Jacky's lap. He's got his hands between
knees. Jack, he says, "Hey, Diane, let's run off behind a shady tree; dribble off those Bobbi Brooks,
me do what I please." Sayin'...
[G]Oh ye[D]ah, [C]life goes o[D]n, l[G]ong after the [D] thrill of liv[C]ing is go[G]ne. now walk on...
Jack, he sits back, collects his thoughts for a moment, scratches his head and does his best James Dean.
then, there, Diane, we gotta run off to the city." Diane says, "Baby, you ain't missin' a thing." But
Oh let it rock, let it roll. Let the bible belt come and save my soul.
Holdin' on to sixteen as long as you can; change is comin' 'round real soon,
make us women and men.
A little ditty about Jack and Diane, tow American kids doin' the best that they
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