Arizona Star (Clark Guy)

'Twas in the town of Nashville in the year of '75 This Arizona star she just fell out of the sky She was shinin' like a diamond, she had tombstones in her eyes She liked drinkin', she liked smokin', she liked dancin' in the aisle She was a pre-Madonna primadonna, part time southern belle Man she shoulda been an actress, oh she played the part so well She might've been a singer, but you really couldn't tell She was the Arizona star and she was born to give 'em hell When you're cool, the sun shines all the time So she always kept her shades on to keep from going blind She was cool, she was out there so far She was nothin' less and nothin' more than the Arizona star She had a girlfriend named George, and George carried a sword And wore purple tights and they hung out every night Oh I'm talkin' 'bout a circus man, I'm talkin' 'bout three rings And there was four or five clowns in a washing machine But she never met a stranger as far as I could tell She was the Arizona star and Jim McGuire he knew her well She made real an oxymoron, she made mirrors, she made smoke She had a curve ball that wouldn't quit, and a girlfriend for a joke. When you're cool, the sun shines all the time So she always kept her shades on to keep from going blind She was cool, she was out there so far She was nothin' less and nothin' more than the Arizona star She was cool, she was out there so far She was nothin' less and nothin' more than the Arizona star