"Wish I Was in Nashville" as written by and Bob Mcdill....
I went to see my honeydew; she lived just down the way
I got stuck, and the truck froze up; and I only got half way
Sittin' here on the muddy road, stuck here all alone
The rain won't stop it's a-beatin' on the top, and I should have stayed at home

I wish I was in Nashville, guitar on my back
Maybe someday I will ride in the back of a big Cadillac

Must have been a half a day before I got back home
The road's all mud, the creek's gonna flood, and I'm here all alone
Sure feels good a-gettin' back to my old shack again
But I'm all soaked and the radios broke and the rain keeps pouring in

I wish I was in Nashville, guitar on my back
Maybe someday I will ride in the back of a big Cadillac

I wish I was in Nashville, guitar on my back
Maybe someday I will ride in the back of a big Cadillac


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