T J  A N D  T H E  H E A R T  O F  A   D J 's  D A U G H T E R
 

TJ and the Heart of a DJ's Daughter

TJ, he's a hot shot
Drives a '57 Chevy with the back jacked up
Tires squealin, TJ's pealin
Down to the drugstore, wheelin, dealin



 

 

 

Daddy calls him lazy, Momma calls him loud
But I call TJ late at night when momma aint around
And I say meet me at the corner
Meet me at the gate
Meet me at the drugstore and don't be late

We're gonna ride down to the levy
Drink a little wine and go wadin in the water
Love aint nothin heavy
For TJ and the heart of a DJ's daughter

TJ, he's so misunderstood
Down at the clubhouse and up to no good
He's makin plans that no one understands
But if anyone can make em work, TJ can

He's got spark, imagination
He rules my heart, what a sweet sensation
He's a real live warrior, he's the outlaw of the land
He's the bully on the block, come on and take my hand

We're gonna ride down to the levy
Drink a little wine and go wadin in the water
Love aint nothin heavy
For TJ and the heart of a DJ's daughter

When the sun goes down behind the barn
[You better leave] I know that I should
But one more minute won't do no harm
Cause he's kissin me so good
You know I'd leave here if I could

I say TJ, call me later today
We can hop in your car, we can drive to LA
Let the rest of the world just send us away
With you on my side, I'm ok

We're gonna ride down to the levy
Drink a little wine and go wadin in the water
Love aint nothin heavy
For TJ and the heart of a DJ's daughter

-  words and music by Kathy Burch Simpson © 1980

kathy burch: fender rhodes, vocals, acoustic guitar
dave carpenter: bass
steve barnes: drums
bill witherspoon: soprano sax

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