The first naked lady I ever saw was that tattoo on my uncles arm on daddy's farm that summer that he drove up and helped us build that barn. He rolled up his sleeves his arms were lean, he flexed and made her dance for me. I turned red and we both laughed and hoped daddy didn't see.
He got all teary-eyed and seriouse when I asked him who she was. He said thats Adaliene in '63. Well I wish you could have met her, she was everything to me. Hear it all the time, love at first sight. When I saw that girl I knew I had to love her all my life. I was just 19 when I got this thing and i swear that it still stings every time I thing about my Adaliene.
Get back to work you lazy bums, my daddy joked, he's lying son what ever it is he said he did you can best believe he's never done. Mom yells hey guys it's supper time, whipe off your feet and wash your hands. And as we did I said Hey Dad, have you ever seen that tattoo dance? He got all teary-eyed and seriouse, shooke his head and said yeah I remember her. That Adaliene in '63. First time I ever saw your uncle take a drink. Hear it all the time, love at first sight. When I saw her in your uncles arms I Knew he'd love her all his life. I was 24 in your grandpas Ford and I paid for all that ink. Yeah I knew all about that Adaliene. I knew her well, Hell all he ever talked about from the moment that he fell were those wedding bells, that house up on the hill and how empty and how lonely his life would be without his Adaliene. Hear it all the time, love at first sight. When I saw that girl I knew I'd have to love her all my life. I was just 19 when I got this thing and I swear that it still stings when I think about my Adaliene.
The first naked lady I ever saw was that tattoo on my uncles arm...
[Thanks to Gee for lyrics]
Adaliene Lyrics by Keith Anderson
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