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​Where the Sun Don't Shine

This song is by Ray Stevens and appears on the album Don't Laugh Now (1982).

Well you can take away the car it don't mean anything to me. I'll even throw the neighbors in and all their sympathy. Take me for the fool I am but keep one thing in mind. You can take your love and put it Where The Sun Don't Shine.

Where The Sun, Don't Shine. Where The Sun, Don't Shine. Stick it in the darkest place that you can find. Take your love and put it Where The Sun Don't Shine.

You can take the house, the dog, the stereo, the silver tone guitar, and anything else you want. I'll even load it in my car. Take your mother and take your brother and all your tacky friends. I'll even rent a you-Haul to haul you all in.

REPEAT CHORUS followed by an instrumental break

You took away my manly pride and never left a trace. You knocked me down, held me up, and threw it in my face. You almost took my sanity now give me peace and mind and take your love and put it Where The Sun Don't Shine

REPEAT CHORUS TWICE and FADE