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(Vince Gill/Delbert McClinton)

You know I'm about to lose my mind
I got a woman down below the Mason-Dixon line
She deals the cards awful good to me
She's a blackjack dealer on the Delta Queen

On the south side of Dixie
From Savannah Georgia down to New Orleans
On the south side of Dixie
Women there they don't treat you mean
On the south side of Dixie
A side of the south you ain't never seen

Half a tank north of Birmingham
Red eye gravy and country ham
Chattanooga woman sure is sweet
She's a hillbilly singer from Tennessee

On the south side of Dixie
From Savannah Georgia down to New Orleans
On the south side of Dixie
Women there they don't treat you mean
On the south side of Dixie
A side of the south you ain't never seen

If you go down south, you're gonna have a ball
You'll go half crazy tryin' to love 'em all
You might get lucky, you can't never tell
With them Georgia peaches and them southern belles

On the south side of Dixie
From Savannah Georgia down to New Orleans
On the south side of Dixie
Women there they don't treat you mean
On the south side of Dixie
A side of the south you ain't never seen



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