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John Anderson – The Fall lyrics

The days are gettin' colder the nights keep gettin' longer
The weather and the signs point to it all
Anyone can plainly see the writing on the wall
And me I'm gettin' ready for the fall

I can feel the changes coming down on me
This love affair has slowed down to a crawl
And baby's packed her pretty things in a suitcase down the hall
And me I'm gettin' ready for the fall

I better get my things together cause the winter will be cold
It's enough to make you break right down and bawl
And baby she's been busy making plans and making calls
And me I'm gettin' ready for the fall
[ fiddle - steel ]
I could see it comin' like a cold front movin' in
It's almost like I had a crystal ball
Lord I know the worst is coming the hardest part of all
And me I'm gettin' ready for the fall

I better get my things...
I said baby she's been busy making...

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