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Buck Owens – Alabama Louisiana Or Maybe Tennessee lyrics

I'm gonna buy me a great long ticket
Gonna leave on the midnight train
And I don't care about the destination
Just as long as I leave today.

Gonna pack all of my belongings
Gonna take everything I own
And if anybody ask about me
Just say I've been here and gone.

And you can reach me in Alabama
Louisiana or maybe Tennessee
Indiana or Montana or even Missouri
North Dakota, Minnesota or Washington dc
Anyplace that I can find to lose your memory.

--- Instrumental ---

Well, I'm gonna start all over
Cause I got a lotta livin' to do
And the sooner that I get started
The sooner I forget about you.

I'm gonna live a life of rally
And happy I'm a gonna be
And just in case you're interested
Well here's where you can find me.

You can reach me in Alabama
Louisiana or maybe Tennessee
Indiana or Montana or even Missouri
North Dakota, Minnesota or Washington dc
Anyplace that I can find to lose your memory.

You can find me anyplace
That I can find to lose your memory...



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