Jerry Rasmussen — Davenport lyrics

The page contains the lyrics of the song "Davenport" by Jerry Rasmussen.

Lyrics

There’s a moon out tonight, so won’t you come on over?
Your Momma don’t have to know.
I got a couple of beers in the refrigerator, got the Opry on the radio.
We can sit on the steps and watch the stars come out, only be you and me
Or we can go cavort on the davenport, and no one will ever see.
I’ll be sitting here waiting in my rocking chair, while you’re walking on down
the road.
I put out the cat, I got the dog tied up, I got the lights turned way down low.
I got a part in my hair, I got my shoes shined up, I even wore a brand new
shirt.
So honey don’t be late, 'cause I can hardly wait, you know I rushed right home
from work.
When the evening is over, then I’ll take you home, or at least 'nto the corner
store.
Everyone will be sleeping, even Murphy’s dog will be curled up on the kitchen
floor.
And old Mrs. Johnson 'll have her blinds all drawn, so we can wave as we walk
on by
And then it’s one long kiss, 'cause it will have to last, till I see you next
Friday night.
There’s a moon out tonight, so won’t you come on over?
Your Momma don’t have to know.
I got a couple of beers in the refrigerator, got the Opry on the radio.
We can sit on the steps and watch the stars come out, only be you and me
Or we can go cavort on the davenport, and no one will ever, no one will ever,
no one will ever see.