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a very popular country song recorded by Mel Tillis.
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Southern Rains Recorded by Mel Tillis Written by Roger Alan Murrah
G C G Sometimes my soul gets weary and my mind begins to wonder D7 And like that old train the Hummingbird it goes to Alabam G C G They say home is where the heart is and mine is down in Dixie D7 G And when you go down to Dixie you're heading for higher ground
C G (Southern rain) blowing from the coast of Mississippi A7 D7 (Southern rain) I feel better when those southern waters hit me G C A7 I can't dip into Jordan seven times to ease the pain G D7 C But I can pray for help and hope from southern ra-in
G C G (Southern rain) like the sunshine it's a blessing sent from heaven A7 D7 (Southern rain) they can wash away your cares if you let them G C A7 You may not believe my story and you may say I'm insane G D7 C But they're the closest thing to home those southern rains
G C G Homesick is a feeling that a body can't get over D7 There's no such thing as healing and it won't go away with time G C G When we’re young we want to get away when we're old we want to go back D7 G And we spend our lives replacing all the things we leave behind
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