"Down in the Valley" as written by Solomon Burke, Marvin Chivian, Joseph C. Martin and Bert Berns....
Down in the valley valley so low
Hang your head over hear the wind blow
Hear the wind blow dear hear the wind blow
Hang your head over hear the wind blow.

Build me a tower forty feet high
So I can see her as she rides by
As she rides by boys as she rides by
So I can see her as he rides by.

Write me a letter send it by mail
Send it in care of Birmingham jail
Birmingham jail boys Birmingham jail
Send it in care of Birmingham jail.

Into the past love wonders my mind
sad recollections of all that I find
all that I find love all that I find
sad recollections are all that I find

Down in the valley valley so low
Hang your head over hear the wind blow
Hear the wind blow dear hear the wind blow
Hang your head over hear the wind blow.




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"Down in the Valley" as written by Ike Turner

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