When the fall wind blows all the heat away
and the leaves pose for pictures at the end of the day
put on a friendly sweater and roll in her arms
for now is the best time for Cindy’s charms

Train stopped rolling ‘bout 10 years ago
and my doors have been locked since I don’t know
well change brings tears in my part of town
but summer’s finally over and Cindy’s around

Summer’s finally over and Cindy’s around (2)

The ghost of coal miners walks through this town
and throw back a few when nobody’s around
and dance to a fiddle that makes them cry
while all of ‘em try to catch Cindy’s eye


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Cindy's Around song meanings
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