"Gone with the Wind" as written by and Bell/limbo/higgins....
Rain is softly falling , On the old magnolia tree , A long hot summer comes calling , Cant believe you're leaving me , I watch you from the window , Of my mansion with just two rooms , Some peaches grow wild in Georgia , Guess you've got some growing to do , , ,

And you're Gone With the Wind , You keep blowing in and out of my life again , Our never-ending love just ended again , Like a sweet southern breeze,

You've Gone With the Wind , , , Guess you'll capture Atlanta , Bet you'll set that town on fire , A southern belle without a ring , Is every gentleman's desire , But this time turn around , And take me for what I am , Before the rebel in me sets you free , And says, I don't give a Damn! , , ,

And you're Gone With the Wind , You keep blowing in and out of my life again , Our never-ending love just ended again , Like a sweet southern breeze , You've Gone With the Wind, Oh the cotton fields are calling , The willows weep for you , Darling my tears are falling , They cover Dixie like the dew ,

And you're Gone With the Wind , You keep blowing in and out of my life again , Our never-ending love just ended again , Like a sweet southern breeze ,

You've Gone With the Wind , You keep blowing in and out of my life again , Our never-ending love just ended again , Like a sweet southern breeze , You've Gone With the Wind


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