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Eric Clapton – Heads In Georgia lyrics

(feat. J. J. Cale)

Well my heads in Georgia but my feet are California bound
Well my heads in Georgia but my feet is California bound
Cause that good looking woman I got wants to leave these Georgia towns

Well we ride them old freight trains rent them automobiles
For we ride them old freight trains and rent them automobiles
Cause that good looking woman is tired of these old Georgia hills

And that lonesome old highway seems to be our way no doubt
And that lonesome old highway seems to be the way no doubt
Cause that good looking woman and me, we just hanging out

Trains and airplanes is all we do, I'm running half the time just like she wants me to
Makes me no difference to me when all is said and done, headed west toward the setting sun

Well my heads in Georgia but my feet is California bound
Cause that good looking woman I got wants to leave these Georgia towns

Well my heads in Georgia but my feet is California bound
Well my heads in Georgia but my feet is California bound
Cause that good looking I got wants to leave these Georgia towns

Cause that good looking woman I got wants to leave these Georgia towns
Good looking woman I got wants to leave these Georgia towns



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