"Tennessee Square" as written by and Caitlin Cary Ryan Adams....
Red ribbons hanging up
Tennessee Square
Old people laughing and singing
And dancing down there
I'd like to join them
I got no money to spare
So I sit here and watch from the porch
Drinking whiskey in granddaddy's chair
Ferris wheel lights look like pictures
I'd seen in a book somewhere
Vacant parking lots across the street
Remind me I'm going nowhere
I'd like to join them
I got no money to spare
So I sit here and watch from the porch
Drinking whiskey in granddaddy's chair
It's difficult to go on
Knowing you're out there somwhere
Vacant parking lots across the street
Remind me I'm going nowhere


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"Tennessee Square" as written by Eric Gilmore Caitlin Cary

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