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Lazy days in mid July
Country Sunday mornin'
Dusty haze on summer highways
Sweet magnolia callin'

(Chorus)
But, now and then I find myself
Thinkin' of the days,
When we were walkin' in the Alabama Rain

Drive in movies, Friday nights,
Drinkin' beer and laughin'
Somehow things were always right
I just don't know what happened

(Chorus)
But, now and then I find myself
Thinkin' of the days,
When we were walkin' in the Alabama Rain

(Refrain)
We were only kids, but then
I never heard it said
That kids can't fall in love and feel the same
I can still remember the first time I told you I loved you

On a dusty mid July
Country summer's evenin'
A weepin' willow sang it's lullabies
And shared it's secrets

(Chorus)

But, now and then I find myself
Thinkin' of the days,
When we were walkin' in the Alabama Rain
Walkin' in the Alabama Rain



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    Jim ValentineJun 25, 2013 at 2:13 am
    jim was probally the best song writer that has come along it was such a great loss, I still to his music and wonder how the workd would be different if he hadn't left us so soon, let us not forget the guitar picking and the harmonies of Jim and Muary, they will always be remembered.

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