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Waylon Jennings – You're Gonna Wonder About Me lyrics

Pretty soon this old town I'll be leaving and I'm going just as far as I can go
Cause ever since you've put me down I can't stand to stay around
This old town and all the friends we used to know
And when that old north wind comes a howlin' and your cold arms long for company
When the moon peeps through the pines and there's mem'ries on your mind
You're gonna wonder about me babe you're gonna wonder about me
[ harmonica ]
Pretty soon you may find that you miss me but by then I'll be many miles away
I may be in Baltimore with old friends I knew before
I don't know if that's for sure I can't say
But when that old north wind...
Babe you're gonna wonder about me you're gonna wonder about me
Babe you're gonna wonder about me



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