You had a black suit born in the cottonfield
I had a white dress born in the cottonfield
(You had a black suit born in the cottonfield)
Our favorite game was born in the cottonfield
(I had a white dress born in the cottonfield)

We were five when you moved in next door and became my best friend
Found a chest upstairs in the attic with dress-up clothes therein
Much too big

You had a black suit born in the cottonfield
I had a white dress born in the cottonfield
(You had a black suit born in the cottonfield)
Our favorite game was born in the cottonfield
(I had a white dress born in the cottonfield)

Standing in the field all dressed up to play “Wedding day”
Every time you would try to kiss me and I would run away
That’s all we played

You had a black suit born in the cottonfield
I had a white dress born in the cottonfield
(You had a black suit born in the cottonfield)
Our favorite game was born in the cottonfield
(I had a white dress born in the cottonfield)

All those years I never knew That I would fall in love with you
Practicing for the day The day it wasn’t just a game

You had a black suit born in the cottonfield
I had a white dress born in the cottonfield
(You had a black suit born in the cottonfield)
You knelt down on one knee in the cottonfield
(I had a white dress born in the cottonfield)

You had a black suit born in the cottonfield
I had a white dress born in the cottonfield
(You had a black suit born in the cottonfield)
We said our vows both standing in the cottonfield
(We said our vows both standing in the cottonfield)


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Cottonfield song meanings
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