"Jamestown Ferry" as written by and Borchers/vickery....
He just caught the Jamestown Ferry
It's not a hot day in Janurary
Like he said it'd be if he ever left me

A case of gone is all he carried
As he got on the Jamestown Ferry
He said that gone is all he'd ever be

Didn't think that he'd leave me
After he saying how much he needs me
But the fact still remains I sitting her all alone

Missing the love of my baby
Lord it's about to drive me crazy
He was the sweetest piece of heaven I've ever known

He just caught the Jamestown Ferry
It's not a hot day in Janurary
Like he said it'd be if he ever left me

A case of gone is all he carried
As he got on the Jamestown Ferry
He said that gone is all he'd ever be

As I walk through his kingdom of Honky Tonks and Bars
I remember how he hold me and comfort me with talk
He didn't curse with every breath
He had a soothing southern drawl
He made me feel like a lady through it all.

He just caught the Jamestown Ferry
It's not a hot day in Janurary
Like he said it'd be if he ever left me

A case of gone is all he carried
As he got on the Jamestown Ferry
He said that gone is all he'd ever be

He just caught the Jamestown Ferry
It's not a hot day in Janurary
Like he said it'd be if he ever left me


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"The Jamestown Ferry" as written by Mack Vickery Bobby Borchers

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