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Lucinda Williams – Jackson lyrics

Written by Lucinda Williams

John Ciambotti bass guitar
Donald Lindley drums
Johnny Lee Schell dobro guitar
Roy Bittan accordion
Steve Earle acoustic guitar
Gurf Morlix slide guitar
Jim lauderdale harmony vocal

All the way to Jackson
I don't think I'll miss you much
All the way to Jackson
I don't think I'll miss you much
Once I get to Lafayette
I'm not gonna mind one bit
Once I get to Lafayette
I'm not gonna mind one little bit
Once I get to Baton Rouge
I won't cry a tear for you
Once I get to Baton Rouge
I won't cry a tear for you
All the way to Jackson
I don't think I'll miss you much
All the way to Jackson
I don't think I'll miss you much

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Once I get to Vicksburg
I don't think I'll feel the urge
Once I get to Vicksburg
I won't even feel an urge
All the way to Jackson
I don't think I'll miss you much
All the way to Jackson
I don't think I'll miss you much

From Lucinda Williams "Car Wheels On A Gravel Road"
Mercury Records 1998
Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp/Lucy Jones Music
Nomad-Noman Music(Bmi)



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