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Dixie On My Mind by Hank Williams Jr. Written by Hank Williams
C F All the stations up here they don't sign off with Dixie C G7 The way they did in sweet home Alabam C F And the people here don't sip Jack Daniels whiskey C G7 C The way they do in the Tennessee mountain land
F I've always heard a lot about the Big Apple C G7 So I thought I'd come up here and see C F But all I've seen so far is one big hassle C G7 C Wish I was camped out on the Okeechobee
F C If this is the promise land I've had all I can stand G7 And I'm heading back below that Dixie line F C No I just don't fit in and I'll never come back again F C But I'm busted here and I got Dixie on my mind F C Oh I'm stuck up here and I got Dixie on my mind
F These people never smile or say a word C G7 They're all to busy trying to make an extra dime C F Oh I'd love to haul them all down around Spartanburg C G7 C And show 'em how to raise hell in Caroline
F Oh the things you know that I miss most of all C G7 Is the freedom of the rivers and the pines C F They don't do much hunting and fishing up here you know C G7 C But I have met a few squirrels and one porcupine
F C Well if this is the promise land I've had all I can stand G7 Wish I was down in Houston town tonight F C Now I just don't fit in and I'll never be back again F C But I'm busted here and I got Dixie on my mind F C Lord I'm stuck up here and I got Dixie on my mind
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