"If You Miss Me from the Back of the Bus" as written by and Juan Carlos Calderon....
If you miss me from the back of the bus
and you can't find me nowhere
come on up to the front of the bus
I'll be driving up there.

If you miss me from Jackson State
and you can't find me nowhere
come on over to "ole Miss"
I'll be studying over there.

If you miss me from knocking on doors
and you can't find me nowhere
come on down to the registrar's room
I'll be the registrar there.

If you miss me from the cotton fields
and you can't find me nowhere
come on down to the courthouse
I'll be voting right there.

If you miss me from the picket line
and you can't find me nowhere
come on down to the jailhouse
I'll be rooming down there.

If you miss me from the Mississippi River
and you can't find me nowhere
come on down the the city pool
I'll be swimming in there.


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"If You Miss Me from the Back of the Bus" as written by Juan Carlos Calderon

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