"Long Time Gone" as written by and Forrest Richard Betts....
Out on the lonesome highway, a suitcase and an old guitar
I'm just outside of panama city in a place called johnny's roadside bar
Havin' fun I'm a son of a gun I ain't fit to be tied
I'm on my way back to Alabama would you like to give me a ride

I'm a long time gone lord
I was on my way back home lord
I'm a long time gone lord from you

Sometimes it ain't easy when you don't have much to spare
Travelin' light lord countin' on the good luck a little bit here and there
But she's got the prettiest big brown eyes when she's satisfied
I'm on my way back to bama boys would you like to give me a ride

I'm a long time gone lord
I was on my way back home lord
I'm a long time gone lord from you

I'm a long time gone lord
I was on my way back home lord
I'm a long time gone lord from you

Yes I'm a long time gone lord
But I'm on my way back home lord
I'm a long time gone lord from you

I'm a long time gone lord
I was on my way back home lord
I'm a long time gone lord from you


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"Long Time Gone" as written by David Crosby

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