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I got a little farm and it's mostly rock it ain't too much but it's all I got
Bluebirds singing in the evergreen trees in Watertown Tennessee
Hey Watertown Tennessee
People in Watertown will never do die when they reach a hundred they can truly fly
Sail into heaven on a southerly breeze in Watertown Tennessee
Hey Watertown Tennessee
[ mandolin ]
I had me an outhouse down by the creek prettiest outhouse you ever did see
Flood came along now I'm up the creek in Watertown Tennessee
Hey Watertown Tennessee
Well a big old redhawk circling around looking for a chicken down here on the ground
Sometimes he gets as high as me in Watertown Tennessee
Hey Watertown Tennessee
[ slide guitar ]
When I get to heaven if I ever do die I'm a gonna cut me a hole in the sky
Sittin' in a mansion and all I'll see is Watertown Tennessee
Hey Watertown Tennessee
Now if you want to be famous and you want to be rich
People in Watertown taught me a trick
I'm gonna tell it if I stay around long whups that's the end of this song
Called Watertown Tennessee



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