"Hollow Deep as Mine" as written by John Scott Sherrill and Shawn Camp....
If I have send a message like a whisper on the breeze
Reckon it's no wonder that it never got to me
'cause I'm down here in Kentucky, where the sun don't ever shine
The wind don't blow in a hollow deep as mine

Oh, if I raise my eyes and look straight up at the sky
I can see the clouds rolling by
Well, they're there and then they're gone
But I'm still here alone
The wind don't blow in a hollow deep as mine

I saw a little blue bird, heard him singing through the trees
It brought me right back to you, just as pretty as you please
Then you took to flying, disappeared among the pines
That I can't get out of a hollow deep as mine

Oh, if I raise my eyes and look straight up at the sky
I can see the clouds rolling by
Well, they're there and then they're gone
But I'm still here alone
The wind don't blow in a hollow deep as mine

No, the wind don't blow in a hollow deep as mine
The wind don't blow in a hollow deep as mine
The wind don't blow in a hollow deep as mine


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"Hollow Deep as Mine" as written by Shawn Camp John Scott Sherrill

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