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Grateful Dead - Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo Lyrics

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  • On the day when I was born Daddy sat down and cried.
  • I had the mark just as plain as day; which could not be denied.
  • They say that Cain caught Abel rollin' loaded dice;
  • Ace of Spades behind his ear and him not thinkin' twice.
  • Halfstep, Mississippi uptown toodeloo Hello, baby, I'm gone, goodbye
  • Half a cup of Rock and Rye. Farewell to you old Southern skies
  • I'm on my way, on my way.
  • If all you got to live for is what you left behind,
  • Get yourself a powder charge and seal that silver mine.
  • Lost my boots in transit, baby, pile of smokin' leather.
  • I nailed a retread to my feet and prayed for better weather.
  • Halfstep, Mississippi uptown toodeloo Hello, baby, I'm gone, goodbye
  • Half a cup of Rock and Rye. Farewell to you old Southern skies
  • I'm on my way, on my way.
  • They say that when your ship comes in, the first man takes the sails;
  • What's the point of callin' shots; this cue ain't straight in line.
  • Cue ball's made of styrofoam and no one's got the time.
  • Halfstep, Mississippi uptown toodeloo Hello, baby, I'm gone, goodbye
  • Half a cup of Rock and Rye. Farewell to you old Southern skies
  • I'm on my way, on my way.
  • Across the Rio Grandeeo, Across the lazy river.

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