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By: jimmy buffett, buzz cason1971Maybe leaving’s better in the afternoonWhen the rain don’t fall so hardFrom where we were we had to look down far belowTo see just what went on in our own backyardComing down slow without a thing to showWondering what went on while we were up thereMountain roads now asphalt highways that we once called heaven skywaysChildren lost what is the cost to get back home againLa la la la la la la la laaaaLa la la la la la la la laaaaIt was a high cumberland jubileeSuch a high cumberland jubileeIt was a high cumberland jubileeSuch a high cumberland jubileeIt was a high cumberland jubileeSuch a high cumberland jubileeIt was a high cumberland jubileeSuch a high cumberland jubileeIt was a high cumberland jubileeSuch a high cumberland jubileeYeahI’m goin’ to climb up in the mountainI’m goin’ to climb up in the treeI’m goin’ to climb up in the mountainI’m goin’ to see what I can seeYou know...It was a high cumberland jubileeSuch a high cumberland jubilee



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