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• 1976 • | by Alan Jackson
Rockie burned up the movie screen and I was turnin seventeen
Tie-dyed shirts and Levis jean, lookin cool at the Dairy Queen
Tryin to impress a young woman in her Sunday dress

And that was 1976, didn't know who I was yet
A pretty little blonde haired girl stole my heart and changed my world
Two kids and a moonlit sky, a little love on a Friday night
Built a fire that just wont quit, that was 1976

My high school days I packed away, set my sights on a bigger stage
Jimmy Carter moved to DC, a Georgia boy just like me, life seemed easy
Nothin much that we needed

That was 1976, didn't know who I was yet
A pretty little blonde haired girl stole my heart and changed my world
Two kids and a moonlit sky, a little love on a Friday night
Built a fire that just wont quit, that was 1976

(Instrumental Interlude)

Eight track tapes were still in style and Elvis was still alive
Wonder Woman sure looked fine, Bionic Man was still Prime Time
And that girl I liked, we kept on tryin till we got it right

And that was 1976, didn't know who I was yet
A pretty little blonde haired girl stole my heart and changed my world
Two kids and a moonlit sky, a little love on a Friday night
Built a fire that just wont quit, that was 1976

Yeah, that was 1976, didn't know who we were yet
Built a fire that just wont quit and that was 1976

We built a fire that just wont quit, that was 1976
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