The Mississippi's deep and wide,
my good gal left me on the other side.

That's alright, I don't worry,
that'll be a better day.

If you don' like peaches, don't shake my tree,
get outta my orchard, woman, if you please.

That's alright, I don't worry,
that'll be a better day.

Ashes to ashes, and dust to dust,
show me a woman that a man can trust.

That's alright, I don't worry,
that'll be a better day.

I was at the spring one sunny day,
my good gal left me, she went astray.
I said, "That's alright, I don't worry,
that'll be a better day."


Lyrics submitted by saladfingerz

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