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Sweet Home Alabama
are so blue Sweet home Alabama Lord, I'm coming home to you Sweet home Alabama Oh, sweet home, baby Where the skies are so blue And the gov'nor's true Sweet home Alabama Lord, I'm coming home to you. And the governor's true, sweet Home Alabama, lordy. Sweet Home Alabama, lord, I'm coming home to you. Sweet home Alabama, oh sweet home baby, where the skies are so blue.
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King, Ronnie Van Zant, Gary Rossington Big wheels keep on turning Carry me home to see my kin Singing songs about the Southland I miss Alabamy once again And I think it's a sin, yes Well, I heard. Sweet home Alabama, where the skies are so blue. Tell the truth Sweet home Alabama Where the skies are so blue Sweet home Alabama Lord, I'm coming home to you Here I come Alabama Now Muscle Shoals has got the Swampers And they've been known to pick a song or two Lord, they get. Lord they get me off so much. Well I heard mister Young sing about her. Singing songs about the Southland, i miss Alabamy once again, and I think it's a sin, yes.
Now how about you? And I think its a sin, yes. They pick me up when I'm feeling blue.
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