"A Fall In Tennessee" as written by and David Gates Billy Dean....
Tennessee, Oh Tennessee
Lord there's nothing like a fall in Tennessee
It was a Smokey Mountain morning, October 25
You know she left here without warning
So I took a long, long drive
Tried to change the state my heart was in
Out of all the places I have been

Tennessee, Tennessee
There's nothin' like a fall in Tennessee
For a gold old fashioned heartbreak
There's no place I'd rather be
Cause there's nothin' like a fall in Tennessee

She must of had her reasons
Was it the chill in the air
I guess lovers have their seasons
Where their souls are layin' bare
It's better now her true colors show
This time of year there's only one place to go

Tennessee, Tennessee
There's nothin' like a fall in Tennessee
For a gold old fashioned heartbreak
There's no place I'd rather be
Cause there's nothin' like a fall in Tennessee

For a good old fashioned heartbreak
There's no place I'd rather be
Cause there's nothing like a fall in Tennessee


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"A Fall in Tennessee" as written by David A. Gates Billy H. Dean

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., MIKE CURB MUSIC

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