"Down to Atlanta" as written by and Hans Ziller Claus Lessmann....
I met you down at Froggy's bar
You were selling drinks to me
But the way you smiled and the way you talked
Was selling more to me

There oughta be a law against the way you look
Cause you're drivin' me insane
There oughta be a law against the way you kiss
And the way you play your games

You're from Atlanta, Georgia
And Cindy was your name
Atlanta - Georgia
The eye of a hurricane

Take me down to Atlanta
Take me down little queen
Take me way down to Georgia
Take me down southern dream
My little Dixie queen

Girl you got me shakin'
Like a roller coaster ride
I'm feeling high explosive
Like a keg of dynamite

There oughta be a law against the South
Raisin' southern girls like you
There oughta be a law against the law
Ain't nothin' I can do

Take me down to Atlanta
Take me down little queen
Take me way down to Georgia
Take me down southern dream

You're from Atlanta, Georgia
And Cindy was your name
Atlanta, Georgia
The eye of a hurricane

Take me down to Atlanta
Take me down little queen
Take me way down to Georgia
Take me down southern dream


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"Down to Atlanta" as written by Hans Ziller Claus Lessmann

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