There's a fire in the valley
And the night begins to fall
Down, down, down

And the people from the country
Love their lives
And all of what they love
Will never die
Until they're gone
And now I'm gone
Gone, gone, gone
Yes I'm gone
And on my own

Don't go knocking
Knocking on my door
Or go talking hard laugh to be the war
Lonely lady
Now my life has just begun
To be talking hard hard life

Now the old man never misses
And he also loves a fool
Down, down, down

Never have seen the face so kind
As the one that wept before my very eyes
And I've been missing
And now I'm gone
Gone, gone, gone
Yes I'm gone
And on my own

Don't go knocking
Knocking on my door
Or go talking hard har laugh to be the war
Lonely lady
Like a train goes through the night
To be talking hard hard life

Now the humble man's endearing
And the poet will enlight
Time gone by
What about the way we used to say
That the south(?) was just a blanket in the haze
And not worth watching
And now it's gone
Gone, gone, gone
Yes I'm gone
And on my own

Don't go knocking
Knocking on my door
Or go talking hard har laugh to be the war
Lonely lady
Now my life has just begun
To go talking hard hard life

Don't go knocking
Knocking on my door
Or go talking hard har laugh to be the war
Lonely lady
Now my life has just begun
To be talking hard har life
Don't go talking
Hard har life



Lyrics submitted by kirkcrabb

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