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Tommy Talton – Sunk Down In Mississippi lyrics

O, friend of mine
I guess she finally sunk you down
O, friend of mine
I guess she finally sunk you down
You never let the woman own you
But the poison and pneumonia
Put you six feet in the ground

The woman turned your head
And blinded both your big, brown eyes
Yeah, the woman turned your head
And blinded both your big, brown eyes
You knew the girl was married
Now you’re six feet deep and buried
I hope that love was fine

You don’t have to worry now
She took you for the final time
Rest easy now
You’re way beyond the Mississippi line
Yeah, you’re six feet deep and buried
You knew the girl was married
I hope that love was fine
You’re six feet deep and buried
You’re way beyond the Mississippi line



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