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Jason Boland & The Stragglers – Change In The Weather lyrics

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There's been a change in the weather
Change in the way the wind blows(x2)
Think I'm gonna change this hat I'm wearing
Buy myself some different clothes

Big ol' raccoon in my garden
Big ol' opossum in my yard(x2)
Think I'm gonna let them critters fatten up
In case the times get hard
I hate to see you cryin' baby but you know
It's gonna be OK(x2)
You've got to roll with them changes isn't that
What you used to always say

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My baby got a big dog and he don't like no one but me(x2)
You come pokin' around her place
That old hound will put you up a tree
I used to rise up early just so I could lay back down(x2)
I'd roll out of that rack about noon 'bout sun down I'd head to town

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