"Tennessee" as written by John Lee Smith and Ray Riddle....
Tennessee, you've been good to me
Yes, I've come to believe you're where I wanna be
You may not be what everybody needs
But Tennessee, you're good enough for me

I can see stars shining in your night
Your daytime seems like Cash and Patsy Cline
They may not be what everybody needs
But they touch my soul
That's good enough for me

It's been ten years now, and I'm rooted in your soil
I am rooted in your soil
Give me ten more years, I'll be rooted in your soil
Right here in your soil

You may not be what I will always need
But I call you home
If I can call you home
Then you're good enough for me


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"Tennessee" as written by Ray Riddle John Lee Smith

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