"Manifesto No. 1" as written by and Waylon Albright Jennings....
Well, you moved out of my apartment
And you moved out of my old town
And my life has remained so lonely
Since you ain't been around
And to think how far I travelled, honey
Just to see you one more time
But if that's how you say hello
You can kiss my ass goodbye

[Chorus]
So let your hair down, get out of that skirt
But leave them high heels on
I'll be in the back of my black Cadillac
When Jesus finally comes to call his children home

[Chorus]

Gonna climb a mountain, when I get to the top
I'll find a honky tonk
Where I'll sit and I'll drink
Wondering where you've gone
And to think how far I've travelled
Just to get you off my mind
But if that's how you say hello
You can kiss my ass goodbye

[Chorus]

Oh, yeah, I'll be in the back of my black Cadillac
When Jesus finally comes to call his children home


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"Manifesto No. 1" as written by Waylon Albright Jennings

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