"Jackson" as written by and Lucinda Williams....
All the way to Jackson
I don't think I'll miss you much
All the way to Jackson
I don't think I'll miss you much
Once I get to Lafayette
I'm not gonna mind one bit
Once I get to Lafayette
I'm not gonna mind one little bit

Once I get to Baton Rouge
I won't cry a tear for you
Once I get to Baton Rouge
I won't cry a tear for you
All the way to Jackson
I don't think I'll miss you much
All the way to Jackson
I don't think I'll miss you much

Once I get to Vicksburg
I don't think I'll feel the urge
Once I get to Vicksburg
I won't even feel an urge
All the way to Jackson
I don't think I'll miss you much
All the way to Jackson
I don't think I'll miss you much


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"Jackson" as written by Lucinda Williams

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    General CommentSuch a simple little song about a woman trying to convince herself that she won't miss her boyfriend after a break-up.

    Lucinda is great.
    gobosox5on September 30, 2012   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI don't know of any other song that has said so much by saying so little.

    This one very nearly makes me cry sometimes. Exquisite.
    deanjaruleon October 14, 2012   Link
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    General Commentso sweet..just a thought
    sdz896542on March 06, 2016   Link

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