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Conway Twitty – Without You lyrics

I've never been above the Mason – Dixon line
The cold wind and the snow just ain't my style
When you left for New York City I stayed behind
But girl it's not the same without your smile.

You said you hated leavin' but then you were gone
The big city life was on your mind
Everyday gets harder for me to carry on
All alone in this Dixie heart of mine.

Without you, I'm Dixie without Georgia
These lonely southern nights make me blue
Without you, I'm Texas without Dallas
I'm Cajun Country without Baton Rouge
I'm Dixie without Georgia without you.

I'm southern born and bred just like a magnolia tree
I'm honeysuckle clingin' to the vine
I had it all together when you were with me
Right here in this Dixie heart of mine.

Without you, I'm Dixie without Georgia
These lonely southern nights make me blue
Without you, I'm Texas without Dallas
I'm Cajun Country without Big Mamaux
I'm Dixie without Georgia without you.

Hey, without you, I'm Dixie without Georgia
These lonely southern nights make me blue
Without you, I'm Texas without Dallas
I'm Memphis, Tennessee without the blues'
I'm Dixie without Georgia without you...



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