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Come Home To Mississippi
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Will we live in Mississippi or Alabama when we get married? Listen to a funny song and see...
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Country - Country-Pop
Charts #5 today
Charts #2 in subgenre today
Michael Ray Baggett
2010
August 16, 2011
MP3 2.5 MB
128 kbps bitrate
2:43 minutes
Story behind the song
I lived in Mississippi and my girlfriend lived in Alabama. There was the question about where we should live. Who will move? The song is a comical look at how we ended up where we are today.
Lyrics
My home's in Mississippi, Mississippi's the place for me. My home's in Mississippi, Mississippi's the place for me. Dirt roads in Mississippi, dirt roads in Mississippi for me. Dirt roads in Mississippi, dirt roads in Mississippi for me. Don't want cold northern lands. The west coast is one sinking sand. The east coast is not right for me. Mississippi's the place for me. Her home's in Alabama, Alabama across from Leeds. Her home's in Alabama, Alabama across from Leeds. Clothes lines in Alabama, clotheslines in Alabama you'll see. Clothes lines in Alabama, there's clothes lines in Alabama to see. Don't want cold northern lands. The west coast is one sinking sand. The east coast is not right for me. It's Alabama or let it be. Come home to Mississippi, girl, come home to Mississippi with me. Come home to Mississippi, she said, boy, just let it be. But, come home to Alabama, come home to Alabama with me. Come home to Alabama, I said, girl, just wait and see. Come home to Alabama, come home to Alabama today. Come home to Alabama. I said girl I'm on my way. I said girl I'm on my way. Goodbye to Mississippi-i-a. END Michael R. Baggett cr.2011
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