"North Carolina Line" as written by and Gene Vincent....
Down in the country, amongst the pines
Norfolk, virginia, near the north carolina line
Down in the country, amongst the pines
Norfolk, virginia, near the north carolina line

Well now me and old elmer waterfield
Used to sit beneath the pines
Arguing whose car was faster
Was it his or was it mine
Then hear and tell the story
You'd swear that it was true
His old ford and one plymouth of me
Went a hundred and twenty-two

Down in the country, amongst the pines
Norfolk, virginia, near the north carolina line
Down in the country, amongst the pines
Norfolk, virginia, near the north carolina line

Down in the country, amongst the pines
Norfolk, virginia, near the north carolina line
Down in the country, amongst the pines
Norfolk, virginia, near the north carolina line

If you want to spread a rumor
Or a gossip, please feel free
Just ask old lonzo cooper
He's better than nbc

Down in the country, amongst the pines
Norfolk, virginia, near the north carolina line
Down in the country, amongst the pines
Norfolk, virginia, near the north carolina line


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"North Carolina Line" as written by Gene Vincent

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