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Birmingham to Jackson
Vicksburg to Ruston
Girl, you know I miss you when I'm gone
The sunshine on your bare feet
Your toenails painted hot pink
And running through the sprinkler
In mama's front lawn

You know, the radio's playing
The song you're always singing
And the dawn is breaking
The old yellow moon is sinking
I run the truck up in the yard
And leave the keys swinging
Because 21 days has got me thinking
That 21 days is 22 days too long

Fayetteville to Little Rock
Shreveport to Beaumont
Girl, you know that I miss you when I'm gone
Labor Day was a fine mess
You got cake on your sundress
We just laughed it off when you kept it on

You know, the radio's playing
The song you're always singing
And the dawn is breaking
The old yellow moon is sinking
I run the truck up in the yard
And leave the keys swinging
Because 21 days has got me thinking
That 21 days is 22 days too long

You know, the radio's playing
The song you're always singing
And the dawn is breaking
The old yellow moon is sinking
I run the truck up in the yard
And leave the keys swinging
Because 21 days has got me thinking
That 21 days is 22 days too long
Yes, it's 22 days too long
Yeah, baby



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