"Moving Up Country, Roaring the Gospel" as written by and James Patrick Yorkstone Wright....
We're moving up country, where lady sings "crazy"
And soaks up the looks from the boys at the bar
"This one's for the non-believers" she roars
Was she ever in tune with a patience like yours?

But enough of this foolish, come off down of your stool
As I just laugh at the tales that I hear about you
I let things go for my sentimental heart
Would be skipping a beat if I believed but a half

But look who's getting involved, careful girl you'll give it all away

And the wind and the rain in their wisdom arrive
Like foolish old friends we forgive them the slight
They offer excuses to offer you warmth
Who knows if this could be the start of it all?

Because we're just moving up country, roaring the gospel
Cleaning the sugar is not too far away
It's Jesus in the morning and there's colour in your cheeks
I've never been prouder, than how you look today


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