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didn't see her walking out of the door 
If I had taken my time she'd be standing here still 
Inspector Mills 

I recall once in my life I felt this way
Friends, girls, they come and go

[Alex Mills]
You think you're nice

[Tricky]
But trends remain in constant flow
See, she

[Alex Mills]
Got any
in the hive I'll come to you

By the old mill sits the lonely maid repining
And her face was like the spring rose far away
While she looked down in
they've got a new machine
Foreman says it cuts manpower by fifteen
"Oh, but that ain't natural" old man Grayson says
'cause he's a horse-drawn man until
There's a house on a hill by a rolldown weathered old mill
In the valley below where the river winds there's no such thing as hard times
And a soft
up the road, say and if you see the
mill's on fire, say you run up and tell me the mill's on fire, you got a
home and meal as long as I've got it.
here.)

Goodbye blues, Goodbye blues
Lost two loving arms I used to use
Lonesome nights, low down news
Now she might be I don't know whose
I've got
Can't go home if you're goin' by the mill
Cause the bridge's washed out at the bottom of the hill
Big Creek's up Little Creek's level 
Plow my
There's a house on a hill
By a worn down weathered old mill
In the valley below where the river winds
There's no such thing as bad times
And a soft
Can't go home if you're goin' by the mill
'Cause the bridge's washed out at the bottom of the hill
Big Creek's up and Little Creek's level plow my
she's poorly perhaps she's not home.
She's in Mill Hill I'm in Bermondsey
It's the end of the earth on the northern line.
It makes it so hard for me
There's a house on a hill
By a worn down weathered old mill
In the valley below where the river winds
There's no such thing as bad times
And I got Jackson Cannery 
Millionaires and mill rats live side by side here
Messed up my brother's mind 
He's far from earth 
Tell me what's he worth
Stay A Little Longer Lyrics
Can't go home if you're goin' by the mill
Cause the bridge's washed out at the bottom of the hill
Big Creek's up
friend back in our younger days
I knew he shouldn't marry any woman quite that wild

Then later on I learned that she had been expectin' a child
He got his
She just got home from the doctor's
I just got home from the mill
She looked a little peaked, her eyes were kind-a streaked
I couldn't figure out
got was poverty
For all their earnest toil
They say one was a sailor
Who sailed the wide world round
Made home port--got drunk one night
Walked off
ears have ever known
Just an old fashioned feeling in my bones
Country comforts and the road that's going home

Down at the mill they've got a new
Wonder what I got for all the time I gave away
Traded my time for a dollar bill didn't see the sky but I saw the mill
Couldn't go to Jeannie's play missed
in the hive I'll come to you

By the old mill sits the lonely maid repining
And her face was like the spring rose far away
While she looked down in
the time she was born
But she went and played me now my love is gone
Oh I got a new lady and she's got it going
She just got home from the doctor's
I just got home from the mill
She looked a little peaked, her eyes were kind-a streaked
I couldn't figure out
ears have ever known
Just an old fashioned feeling in my bones
Country comforts and the road that's going home

Down at the mill they've got a new
When I left my long-time darling
She was standing in the door

Well, my pa he died and left me, my brother got killed in the war
Well, my pa he died
a factory

Did Mother Nature tell you
Boy you come and go as you please
That's what she said to me
But Big brother got the keys
And I got Jackson