"Girl from West Virginia" as written by and Marie Denny Clyde Denny....
She told me that her name was Jenny
She lived in a cabin on the hill
In a coal mining town in West Virginia
I love jenny and I guess I always will

I thought I would always want to ramble
I thought I would never settle down
Well I meet her in the hills of West Virginia
In the heart of a coal mining town

I like the sound of the coal trucks
Back in the hills a hauling coal
With the beautiful mountains all around me
West Virginia you have won my heart and soul

I thought I would always want to ramble
I thought I would never settle down
Well, I meet her in the hills of West Virginia
In the heart of a coal mining town

I thought I would always want to ramble
I thought I would never settle down
Well I meet her in the hills of West Virginia
In the heart of a coal mining town

In the heart of a coal mining town


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"Girl From West Virginia" as written by Marie Denny Clyde Denny

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