"Sunday in Memphis" as written by Monty Byrom, David Adrian Iii Neuhauser and Scott Hutchinson....
Sunday in Memphis it's hallelujah dawn
I can hear the angels singin
Such a beautiful song
Lost here in Memphis
Feeling so alone
I can hear the church bells ringing
Callin me back home
Down on my luck
Here on these sidewalks

It's Sunday in Memphis
And I'm down to my last prayer
Sunday in Memphis
And I'm wishing you were here
I can still remember
Every word she said
With every step that's taken
And every tear that's shed
Fell down on my knees
Said please forgive me lord won't you please

It's Sunday in Memphis
And I'm down to my last prayer
Sunday in Memphis
And I'm wishing you were here
We all make mistakes sometimes
That's just the way it goes
But we can change and make it right I know
It's Sunday in Memphis
And I'm down to my last prayer
Sunday in Memphis
And I'm wishing you were here


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"Sunday in Memphis" as written by Monty Byrom David Adrian Iii Neuhauser

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