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Leif Vollebekk - Southern United States Lyrics

  • Southern United States
  • I had a dream I was standing beneath the Memphis moon
  • with William Blake painting and Crosby crooning
  • and his father was a sailor
  • Who left his mother young, and so she dressed him the same
  • He took after his father, without the last name
  • A Welshman from Tennessee
  • Who spoke with an accent that resembled no other
  • Cut from the cloth, he showed me his daughter
  • And Lilly was a Rose
  • Married into money but it only changed her clothes
  • with her eyes hair closed and her hands arisen
  • she leaned into talk and leaned in to listen
  • She said those political songs they’re worth missing
  • I awoke at the wheel
  • With the wind, road and radio fluttering in my ears
  • I was following my heart like I hadn’t for years
  • I put on Lou Reed’s Berlin
  • I had a friend once that asked me..”Who needs Berlin?”
  • “well”, I said, “I guess it depends on the state that you’re in.”
  • I was stopped at the border
  • I don’t know what they thought I had but by the end, I’d had it
  • Low Texas drawl coming over the static
  • I looked up at the bristling stars and they looked so sad it was the Southern United States

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