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Place To Place (Robi Botos Trio) · South to a Warmer Place (Meredith d'Ambrosio) · South of the South (David Dondero) · From South Africa to South Carolina (Brian Jackson) · South of the South (David Dondero) · The Place That I Call Home (Perfect Me) · Same Place the Fly Got Smashed (Guided by Voices) · Another Time Another Place (Trademark) · A Place Called Africa: Songs of the Lost Tribe (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Right Place, Right Time: Live at Tipitina's (Dr. John) – and 90 other albums »


south, the dirty south [repeat 2X]

[Redd]
Down south we wear bandannas and denim suites 
Down south you gone always spot us in them coupes

[Lil' Flip]
and butter beans
Mardi Gras down in New Orleans
That's what I like 'bout the South

Down where the trees grow tall
Where everybody says y'all
Walk on in with
you in all of your glory

You like to tell me about brutal murders
You make me choke on my pasgetti
Korean airlines that was shot down by
there's no time for you to waste
You wont find your precious answers now by staying in one place
Yeah by giving up the chase

To the east to the east
notice the time change from the last place we'd been. it still gets cold in the south at night when the winds are blowing slapping up against
But the land was already claimed by a people
When the cowboy came and when the soldiers came
The story of the American Indian is in a lot of ways
those hot winds of the south.
Oh I feel like an alien, a stranger in an alien place.

Now the light is fading fast,
Chances slip away, a time will
don't count the miles going by
Knows no lie

Give us the time
And we'll do the crime
Only one place to go

South of the border
Crossing the line
down south in Birmingham 
I mean south in Alabam' 
There's an old place where people go 
To dance the night away 

They all drive or walk for miles
Have ya heard about a place in town
An eatin' place, drinkin' place of great renown
Ooh-wah, Ooh-wah

There is a rib joint where the folks all
just the hate in me

As the ships and the steel
Slip away to the cry of 'compete'
There's a message for us
We can get there by bus
From Killermont
waste in the crystal doom
Going for to marry the girl in Saskatoon

I'm glad I realized that no one could take her place
My heart was beating for her
is for, me.
This one has nothing to do with either of us.
And are you from another time, another place of displacement?
Where our souls travel
Hey how about this
A little conversation tonight
Thinking aloud how we struggled to find
Our place in the dizzy heights

Don't often do this
We
Dallas and roll on south tonight

Well, long strips of rubber that you see
Were burnt off of this rig by the likes of me
And they'll rot along the highways
the rain
And life goes by from a front porch swing
You can keep the bitter cold
I'm gonna go south of everything

Why is everyone in such a hurry?
No
travelin' mentally
Makin' up tunes in hotel rooms
'Bout places I've never been to

Though I've never crooned under a Kentucky moon

I had my dream,
travelin' mentally
Makin' up tunes in hotel rooms
'Bout places I've never been to

Though I've never crooned under a Kentucky moon

I had my dream,
of the south
Feel like an alien, a stranger in an alien place

Now the light id fading fast
Chances slip away, a time will come to pass
When there'll be none
winds of the south
Feel like an alien, a stranger in an alien place

Now the light id fading fast
Chances slip away, a time will come to pass
When
I was born in Dixie in a boomer's shack,
Just a little shanty by the railroad track
Freight train was it taught me how to cry,
The holler
across our thighs tracing the gateway
Leaning in close I'm feeling your fingertip

This time, this place
This state of grace
The promise of tomorrow
the South in ya mouth, put the South in ya mouth
What
South, yeah Parkway

TaylorMade, see they be too deep in the place to be
Chiefin' trees, drinkin' crown,
how far south you go.
Can you really be down in Mexico?

So here I am, surrounded by sand and clear water.
Watching the sunshine making tan lines,
on a winter's day
In that cold city far away
A city by a river deep
With promises you could not keep
A place where you had gone to try
A place where you had