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waited (I have waited for this moment to come)
And I won't let it pass me by

So we say
(I won't go back, can't go back, to the way it used to be
from the work through shack
But the coal grey eyes of William Deacon never once looked back
They're gonna move Green Mountain he can't stand in the way
Recorded by hank williams, sr.
Words and music by jenkins

[g] a prodigal son once [c] strayed from his [g] father
To travel a land of [a] hunger
Recorded by hank williams, sr.
Words and music by jenkins

[g] a prodigal son once [c] strayed from his [g] father
To travel a land of [a] hunger
William and Mary won't do

Well, I did not think the girl
Could be so cruel
And I'm never going back
To my old school

Oleanders growing outside her
William and Mary won't do

Well, I did not think the girl
Could be so cruel
And I'm never going back
To my old school

Oleanders growing outside her
William and Mary won't do

Well, I did not think the girl
Could be so cruel
And I'm never going back
To my old school

Oleanders growing outside her
they fall
High on a hill where the world passes by
You never came back but I know you tried

'Cause I was watching you from above
When it all falls
my initials in an old dead tree
I'm going away but I'm going to be back when
It's time to walk away and start over again

Ho ho yeah, hmm, yeah
(Sandman)
I'm never going back never going back to you
I'm never going to see you again
I'm never going to dig out your picture
I'm never going
came on
And into the morning light
Sweet William said I'm troubled in my head
By the dreams that I dreamed last night

Such dreams such dreams as these
I
my initials in an old dead tree
I'm going away but I'm going to be back when
It's time to walk away and start over again

Ho ho yeah, hmm, yeah
Recorded by hank williams, sr.
Words and music by jenkins

[g] a prodigal son once [c] strayed from his [g] father
To travel a land of [a] hunger
And gettin' neutered by the vet
He got his paws caught in a net
Then he said to be or not to meeeow!
William Shakespeare's in my cat
He rarely ever talks
He
When I left old Kentucky
Linda kissed me and she cried
I told her that I would not wander
I'd be back by and by

I'm going back to old Kentucky
on the river going slow
A cement bag is dropping on down
You know that cement is for the weight dear
You can make a large bet Mackie's back in town

My man
I can't lose
When I tell you all about Mack the Knife, babe
It's an offer you can never refuse

We got Patrick Williams, Bill Miller playing that
tell you, all about Mack the Knife babe
It's an offer, you can never refuse

We got Patrick Williams, Bill Miller playing that piano
And this
tell you, all about Mack the Knife babe
It's an offer, you can never refuse

We got Patrick Williams, Bill Miller playing that piano
And this
tell you, all about Mack the Knife babe
It's an offer, you can never refuse

We got Patrick Williams, Bill Miller playing that piano
And this
on the river going slow
A cement bag is dropping on down
You know that cement is for the weight dear
You can make a large bet Mackie's back in town

My man
to everything that we lost
We'll never have to lose it again

Now I bid you farewell, I don't know when I'll be back
There moving us tomorrow to that tower
on the river going slow
A cement bag is dropping on down
You know that cement is for the weight dear
You can make a large bet Mackie's back in town

My man
When I left old Kentucky
Linda kissed me and she cried
I told her that I would not wander
I'd be back by and by

[Chorus]
I'm going back to old
Manners, I mean, never was much, never has been
But the little bit that was was all that we had
And now the clown does a fart and we all fart back