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One more hour and I'll be home
Close my eyes and rest my bones
Can't be more than a mile or so
From Cincinnati, Ohio, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Cincinnati where the river winds
Cross the Mason and the Dixie Line
Heaven waits for me I know
In Cincinnati, Ohio, Cincinnati, Ohio.

I guess perhaps the memories got too strong
Grabbed me by the heart strings and pulled me home
I got to thinkin' 'bout some friends I know
In Cincinnati, Ohio, Cincinnati, Ohio.

(Cincinnati, Ohio, Cincinnati, Ohio.)

I walked half way from Lewieville
Now there she lies at the foot of the hill
Shining like a jewel in the valley below
Cincinnati, Ohio, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Cincinnati where the river winds
Cross the Mason and the Dixie Line
Heaven waits for me I know
In Cincinnati, Ohio, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Cincinnati where the river winds
Cross the Mason and the Dixie Line
Heaven waits for me I know
In Cincinnati, Ohio, Cincinnati, Ohio...



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