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i woke up screaming
just the other night
awakened by another dream

i thought back to '80
thinking what would've happened
if everything wasn't
the rain

Ain't it gonna be hard when you realize
You're still the same old fool inside
I ain't gonna let your blues take the prize

So honey open up
October and the autumn breeze
Shook the colors out of the trees
Time was passing but who were we to care
We were headed for the State Fair

And I remember
Beck here the leaves are turning
On me just like you
Change is full of color
And it's anything but blue

I thought that I'd stop living
Without
the summer dust burning in the vent
It's just another thing that brings
your memory back to me
I think that Sara knows I'm troubled
By that scent, she
the summer dust burning in the vent
It's just another thing that brings
your memory back to me
I think that Sara knows I'm troubled
By that scent, she
liked the past too much
I've been going door to door like I got something to sell,
Wandering like a fool
Through the halls of a blue hotel.

So go
grace
It's just too bad October didn't
Do the same. 

And I sure wish we made it by
Valentine's day 

See baby
Baby you gotta know
That I know,
the chill
When autumn comes... it's summer still

When autumn comes and wild geese fly
I wonder do you see them too
Across the restless sky
And does
memories, autumn memories of you

[Chorus]
Love, when the leaves are turning
I get a hungry yearning for your arms
Love, when a heart is so blue
It
the past too much
And I've been going from door to door
Like I've got something to sell
Wandering like a fool
Through the halls of a blue hotel
From a shack by a mountain stream 
To a room in New Orleans 
So far from my Blue Ridge Mountain home 
The men I meet ain't warm and friendly
the past too much
And I've been going from door to door
Like I've got something to sell
Wandering like a fool
Through the halls of a blue hotel
Two years I cried and tried 
But I tell you, too many teardrops falling down cannot be dried 

It's been a long hard fall 
Long hard fall 
Long
and big city lights
Will never tear us apart
I can still feel it in my heart
Darkness overfalls
And the wind picks up a chill
I justify my life by
How can there be trouble in this world? 
With the color in these hills, the blue October sky, 
this little road that winds along the river. 
Dusty
they wither like a dying rose
My pain is measured by a sky that's old and gray
A misty morning I awoke to find it's much too late
Pieces of time they
stopping by the river so I could run to take it. 
Of all these days we wake, here is one to remember:
The first day of October. 

It don't mean much.
We
(Dolly Parton)

From a shack by a mountain stream 
To a room in New Orleans 
So far from my Blue Ridge Mountain home 
The men I meet ain't warm
Sun go down in Ohio and I find
You on my mind five hundred miles
October words I know by heart
I remember curves brief in my arms
You are like
you'll be lonesome too, and blue

Fly the ocean in a silver plane
See the jungle when it's wet with rain
Just remember 'til I'm home again
You belong
When I saw the ambulance screaming down Main Street
I didn't give it a thought
But it was my Uncle Eugene
He died on October
The second, nineteen
"
Yes, I do, didn'tcha know?

I remember, too, a distant bell and stars that fell
Like the rain out of the blue-ooh-ooh-ooh-hoo-hoo-hoo

When my life
"
Yes, I do, didn'tcha know?

I remember, too, a distant bell and stars that fell
Like the rain out of the blue-ooh-ooh-ooh-hoo-hoo-hoo

When my life
"
Yes, I do, didn'tcha know?

I remember, too, a distant bell and stars that fell
Like the rain out of the blue-ooh-ooh-ooh-hoo-hoo-hoo

When my life