"Chattahoochee" as written by Donald N. Van Zant, Robert Albin Johnson and Michael Lunn....
I got a room where I can breathe
I got a view no one else can see
Everybody here knows just what's right for me
Don't have to worry, the Doctor's always in
I'm never lonely, I'm here with all my friends

In Chattahoochee, I'm not crazy
Chattahoochee, I'm just lazy
Chattahoochee, Found my home
In Chattahoochee.

Out on the outside they sweat to pay the rent
While we play cards, they say we ain't got no sense
They think they have a good time
Blowin' somethin' up their nose
Their corporate ladder can kill you it's so high
While it's a party, here on the other side


Who's to say who's crazy, It's easy to see
All you gotta do is turn on your T.V.
All the people on the outside tryin' to be someone else
I'm havin' fun here just bein' myself, in Chattahoochee.
They brought me here and said,"You're so dangerous to yourself"

But I ain't the one here 'bout to blow us all to hell
Just here to have a good time, let me know how it goes
Don't have to worry, the Doctor's always in
I'd rather be here with all of my friends.

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"Chattahoochee" as written by Robert Johnson Michael Gerald Lunn

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