In my life I never knew
Someone who’s as kind as you
In my life, in my life
In my life I never seen
Someone who’s so young and green
In my life, in my life

I had a friend named Tennessee
But in the end he turned on me
I dont mind, I dont mind

Lincoln in his cavalry
Are underneath the council tree
In my mind, in my mind

In my life I never knew
Someone who’s as kind as you
In my life, in my life

In my life I never seen
Someone who’s so young and green
In my life, in my life

I sat beneath a ceiling fan
As the dealer showed his hand
In a dream, in a dream

His eyes were darting back and forth
His finger slipped the safety off
In a dream, in a dream

In my life I never knew
Someone who’s as kind as you
In my life, in my life

In my life I never seen
Someone who’s so young and green
In my life, in my life

I told the judge I heard a scream
Fall from out a window screen
That’s all I knew, thats all I knew

A cop is on your picket fence
Leaning on the evidence
Black and blue, black and blue

In my life I never seen
Someone who’s so young and green
In my life, in my life

In my life I never knew
Someone who’s as kind as you
In my life, in my life

It use to only be a mile
For us to sit and talk a while
A memory, a memory

And though I hate to see you go
I’m grateful you could see me grow
To twenty-three, to twenty-three

In my life I never knew
Someone who’s as kind as you
In my life, in my life

In my life I never seen
Someone who’s so young and green
In my life, in my life


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