Knoxville Courthouse Blues Song Lyrics

Hank Williams, Jr.

Hank Williams, Jr. Major Moves cover art
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I'm sittin' in Knoxville courthouse ain't got a thing to do
I don't wanna go to the movies couldn't if I wanted to I'm on trial for lovin' you
Now this all started in a honky tonk just the other side of town
A girl come in took a stool by me ordered gin and drank it down
She lit up a cigarette and turned around
Well she said my name is Jeannie and asked me what was mine
I answered Hank and I walked to the jukebox droppin' a dime
I looked at her short dress low neck line
Well we danced for five or ten minutes and I held her close to me
Kissed her lips and squeezed her hips and judged about twenty three
Whispered in my ears I said yes siree
Now the scene is a little motel out on the state highway
And there's a room for two love is about to take place
And a state trooper breaks down the door shines a flash light in my face
I said what the hell is this and another man and woman come in

Track Listing

CD 1
  • 1 All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight
  • 2 Promises
  • 3 Video Blues
  • 4 Major Moves
  • 5 The Blues Medley
  • 6 Mr. Lincoln
  • 7 Country Relaxin'
  • 8 Attitude Adjustment
  • 9 Knoxville Courthouse Blues
  • 10 Wild and Blue
  • credits

    album: Track 9 in album Major Moves
    release date: 1997
    popularity : 92 users have visited this page.
    length: 3:42

    Album Information

    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    script: Latin