"Annie's Lover" as written by and Taj Mahal....
Annie's lover was a big ol' man, he was a farming man
Never spent much time worrying ?bout the people
In the big big city

'Cause all he did know 'bout was the cows and the chickens
And the pigs and the horses and the sheep and the goats

And the ducks, they fly
Sat on the hill side, playing his guitar
Watching the whole thing come down in a harmony
Annie's lover was a big ol' man, he was an African man
He walked a lot and looked around and saw everything
That his eyes could see

'Cause all he did know 'bout was the cows and the chickens
And the pigs and the horses and the sheep and the goats
And the trees and the waters and the fields and the mountains
And the blue sky and the big clouds

And the dogs they fly
Sat on the hill side, playing his guitar
Watching the whole thing come down in a harmony


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"Annie's Lover" as written by Taj Mahal

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