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Jamey Johnson – That Lonesome Song lyrics

That mornin sun made it's way
Through the windshield of my chevorlet
Whiskey eyes and ashtray breath
On a chert rock gravel road

What the hell did I do last night
That's the story of my life
Like tryin to remember words
To a song nobody wrote

And it's sad and it's long
And can't nobody sing along
It's a southbound train
It's a whistle in the wind
Aint no one there to care where I've been
I'm hummin on that lonesome song again

I took a trip across country from montgomery
Discovered I'd been wrong for so long
I thought it was the fame and the glory and the money
But all I've got to show is a dam song

And it's sad and it's long
And can't nobody sing along
It's a southbound train
It's a whistle in the wind
There's no one there to sing to in the end
I'm hummin on that lonesome song again

And it's sad and it's long
And can't nobody sing along
It's a southbound train
It's a whistle in the wind
Aint no one there to care where I've been
I'm hummin on that lonesome song again

The mornin sun made it's way
Through the windshield of my chevorlet
Whiskey eyes and ashtray breath
On a chert rock gravel road



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