"Lover" as written by and Edward Reekers....
She got dresses and left that morning
In her hair the autumn rain
She didn't leave a number
Wouldn't tell me her last name
She said don't fall in love with me
If you want to be my lover

Chased her up through Johnson city
Led a bloodhound by the trail
I followed her to Harlan
Where the coal dust showed her trail
She said don't fall in love with me
If you want to be my lover

Her heart ain't stuck on Dixie

Where the roads are paved in bone
Her heart don't hinge on Dixie
And her words are sticks and stones
She said don't fall in love with me
If you want to be my lover

Caught that girl up on mountain
Fed her earth beneath the clouds
I didn't hear the thunder
Through her pleas, they weren't too loud
She said don't fall in love with me
If you want to be my lover


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"Lover" as written by Edward Reekers

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