Blow Up Your TV

Lyrics Shared By: Jennifer

Johnny Cash:
She was a level-headed dancer on the road to alcohol
(June: Aw, no, honey. I don‘t even drink.)
And I was just a soldier on my way to Montreal
She pressed her chest against me
About the time the jukebox broke
She gave me a peck on the back of the neck
And these are the words she spoke

June Carter:
Blow up your TV (blow up your TV), throw away your paper (throw away your paper)
Move to the country, build a little home (home)
Plant a little garden (plant a little garden), eat a lot of peaches (eat a lot of peaches)
Try to find Jesus on your own

Johnny:
Well, I sat down at her table and I acted real naïve
Cause I knew that topless lady had something up her sleeve
She danced around the room awhile and she did the hoochy-coo
She sang her song all night long, trying to tell me what to do

June:
Well, you blow up your TV (blow up your TV), throw away your paper (throw away your paper)
Move to the country, build a little home (home)
Plant a little garden (plant a little garden), eat a lot of peaches (eat a lot of peaches)
Try to find Jesus on your own

Johnny:
Well, I was young and scared and hungry and about to leave that place
Just as I was leaving, well, she looked me in the face
She said "You must know the answer"
I said, "I don‘t, but I'll give it a try"
And to this very day we've been living our way
Here is the reason why

Johnny and June:
We blew up the TV, threw away the paper
Moved to the country, built a little home (home)
Had a lot of children (had a lot of children), fed them on peaches (fed them on peaches)
They all found Jesus on their own

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