There's a town near Old Montgomery
Past the land where palm trees roll
In the heart of Magnolia country
Callin' me home, sweet mobile home

We had left that coastal city
Traveled north across the plain
Till those soft, sweet, postal diddies
Led us a ways up Kennedy Lane

Oh, save my soul on a rainy day
Honey, my heart's been petrified
Oh, take me whole in the month of May
Darling, don't leave me paralyzed

When I finally saw you comin'
Over hill and windin' road
Leadin' crowd silently drummin'
Straight for our home, sweet mobile home

Oh, save my soul on a rainy day
Honey, my heart's been petrified
Oh, take me whole in the month of May
Darling, don't leave me paralyzed

Through the South land of my memories
'Neath an ivy-covered dome
Every day's a long, lonely cemetery
Callin' me home, sweet mobile home


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Coosada Blues song meanings
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