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Charlie Worsham - Mississippi In July Lyrics

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  • These delta roads, everyone I know
  • By the cotton fields and railroad tracks.
  • It's more than just the heat, most folks
  • Who would get the chance to leave but don't come back.
  • Last time I thought about you in a wedding dress
  • I would've been holding your hand.
  • But at seventeen you promise things
  • That you don't really understand.
  • Mississippi in July, magnolia moonlight
  • The warm wind was just right for staying up all night
  • And letting love fly; Mississippi in July.
  • My heart might as well be one of those canes
  • Tied to the back of your limousine.
  • It was hanging by a thread, so I went ahead
  • And cut the string.
  • If I asked you way back when, if you'd take my hand
  • Would you say "I do"?
  • I'm supposed to hope you're happy,
  • But letting go don't feel the way it's supposed to.
  • Mississippi in July, magnolia moonlight
  • The warm wind was just right for staying up all night
  • And letting love fly; Mississippi in July.
  • Magnolia moonlight
  • The warm wind was just right for staying up all night
  • But some memories never die, honeysuckle kisses
  • If I could live on wishes, I'd stay here all the time
  • Oh, Mississippi in July.
  • Mississippi in July.
  • These delta roads, everyone I know
  • By the cotton fields and railroad tracks.

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