"Gary Indiana Blues" as written by and Todd Park Mohr....
Turning like a hurricane
Sleep inside this junkyard train
It's cold and I'm loosing my covers
She won't take me any further south, than Gary Indiana (blues)

I never learned the easy out
Cracklin' chain and silver spoon
I shot a man for stealing food
He got caught with his gun on the table
Mother quit your cryin' now
Think of the sisters and brothers who never learned the easy out

Dancing to the midnight moon
Snowflake in my whiskey too
Hear a knock on the door and some screaming
The eviction man is in town
Here's to the sisters and brothers, who never learned the easy out

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"Gary Indiana Blues" as written by Todd Park Mohr


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