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And with the length of her mind she darked the sun
It was not so long ago, maybe just a year or so
When I was lonely and went lookin' for someone
Went down south to New Orleans, still just searchin' for my dreams
That's where I saw her, that's how it all begun

It was there on that night, sad for me I know I'm right
I'll be with you now until my race is run
She walked into my life with her cold evil eyes
And with the length of her mind she darked the sun

Well, my memory cannot speak and, Oh Lord, I'm feelin' weak
But I blame it on the fact that I'm still young
And I know it might sound strange there is no way I can change
What my fate has laid out for me it's all been done

It was there on that night, sad for me I know I'm right
I'll be with you now until my race is run
She walked into my life with her cold evil eyes
And with the length of her mind she darked the sun
And with the length of her mind she darked the sun



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