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Where the hard rain shatters like glass on an old tin roof
Where the screen door's slappin' in the wind, hinge comin' loose
And the moon rises up through the willow trees
Come with me back to Tennessee

Where the sirens don't scream out through the evil dark
And the city lights don't invade your sleepless heart
You can lie in my arms in a peaceful dream
Come with me back to Tennessee

Morning light, I gotta leave
But without you, it won't be complete
When we cross that Mississippi, we'll be home free
Come with me back to Tennessee

Where the blue skies sing the song of a brand new day
We can hide a blanket deep where the tall grass sways
You can lay me down like a southern breeze
Oh come with me back to Tennessee

Morning light, I gotta leave
But without you, it won't be complete
When we cross that Mississippi, we'll be home free
Come with me back to Tennessee

Come with me back to Tennessee



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