"Dead and Gone (The Redneck Song)" as written by and Robert Ingram Philip Mccormack....
Walkin down the railroad tracks
singin an old Hank song
My whole world is on my back
And i gotta keep movin on
Look on out the window
See right through the pane
It's hard to see the sunshine
When your standin in the rain

Baby's barefoot and pregnant
Hanging round my home
Sent ner mama lookin 'round town for me
But baby i was long gone....singin

Oh boy, better get on home
Oh boy, better get'em on home
45 in hand baby that'll be the end
When i shoot you dead and gone

Redneck riviera, Alabama line
i stepped right across to Panama City
Now I'm back on gator time
A sweet little sassy over Tallahassee, firin' up the
grill
Got a gator at the door, hear the Jaguars roar
Honey, back in Jacksonville.....singin'

Oh boy, better get on home
Oh boy, better get'em on home
45 in hand baby that'll be the end
Gonna i shoot you dead and gone

When your dead and gone I'll have the right to
sin
When your dead and gone I'll have the right
To move your sister in....right slam down the money

Oh boy, better get on home
Oh boy, better get'em on home
45 in hand baby that'll be the end
When i shoot you dead and gone
Walkin down the railroad tracks
Blue Skies over head
I am what I am and I don't give a damn
Give a damn about what she said

Baby's barefoot and pregnant
Hanging round my home
Sent ner mama lookin 'round town for me
But baby i was long gone....singin

Oh boy, better get on home
Oh boy, better get'em on home
45 in hand baby that'll be the end
When i shoot you dead and gone....singin',singin'
Oh boy, better get on home
Oh boy, better get'em on home
45 in hand baby that'll be the end
Gonna shoot you dead and shoot you dead
Shoot you dead and gone



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"Dead and Gone (Live, 1980)" as written by Robert Ingram Philip Mccormack

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