"Tennessee Gem" as written by John Keller, Jessie Baylin and Danny Wilde....
What a fine southern man
Down in Tennessee
A good old boy
Eyes in which I dream
And he's awkward as a teen
Beautiful, drawer that I can hang on to

I find a comfort in his sound
He wouldn't preach
Unless he found something he believed would last
That he believed could the hands of time
I'm trying to find a way to make him mine

What a gem, a treasure chest
Out diggin' deep
A gentleman, He'd bring me peace
And I'm floating in his sea
So beautiful, I could just sail away


He sines right through me
Uh uh uh
This love, it's running deep


Uh uh uh
I'm trying to find a way to make him mine

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"Tennessee Gem" as written by Jessie Baylin Danny Wilde


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