There is a lantern filled with light
and it leads me through the darkness of the night
all this indifference leaves me numb
I'm going back down South where I am from

I am filled with holy peace
though it is a cold wind that I breathe
Come back South with me, my dear
Feel the Georgia breezes in your ear

We can lie
beneath the moon's harmless rays
we can talk and talk and talk
and let the night turn into day
I'm going home
I'm going to see my mother soon
I'm going home
and if you want you can come too

I hope my father takes me in
For it's been so long, so long since I spoke with him
But I've grown longer in the tooth
no longer quite so wary of the truth
Hard Nose the Highway once again
I left my luggage in the train station
When I get home I won't need a thing
Oh, my hope is taut just like a fiddle string
Let it Ring!

We can lie
beneath the moon's harmless rays
we can talk and talk and talk
and let the night turn into day
I'm going home
I'm going to see my mother soon
I'm going home
and if you want you can come too


Lyrics submitted by Peoria

Georgia Breeze song meanings
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