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ex's live in Texas
And that's why I hang my hat in Tennessee

I remember that old Frio River
Where I learned to swim
But it brings to mind another time
Somehow lost her sanity
And Dimple's who now lives in Temple's Testi Canzoni
Got the law looking for me

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I remember that old Frio River
Somehow lost her sanity
And Dimple's who now lives in Temple's
Got the law looking for me

[Chorus]

I remember that old Frio River
Where I learned
ex's live in Texas
And that's why I hang my hat in Tennessee

I remember that old Frio River
Where I learned to swim
But it brings to mind another time
pulls the trap lines
By night he lives alone
Don't really feel like company it's just him and his fridge
And his phone 

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Meet Me In Memphis
and Arkansas
Maine, Alabama, and Panama
All mixed together and having a ball

Yeah we went out last night
One thing started leadin' to another
Out last night
lose you
On that hot August night

I sit alone by the fire
It's raining outside
The Tennessee River is swollen
There's peace in my heart
All over America!

I want the whole wide world to know
that Pato Banton is on the go.
Just like a tree that plant by the rivers of water
I will surely
I live down in Alabama where the river so muddy got to watch where you step.
Figurin' out things by the Railroad Bridge and a cousin or two want
called me by my name just hillbilly
My Grandpa taught me how to live off the land
And his taught him to be a business man

He used to send me pictures
called me by my name just hillbilly
My Grandpa taught me how to live off the land
And his taught him to be a business man

He used to send me pictures
On a whim, under the moonlight
I promise you, will you promise me?

Our last names on a wooden sign
Arm in arm, where the river starts to wind
Forever by
known near and far
And If you hear a rumor I’m dead and gone
Know this legend will still live on
Throw me in the river with concrete boots like
crippled by the manacles of segregation and the chains of discrimination. One hundred years later, the Negro lives on a lonely island of poverty in the midst
Alabama y'all
Public Enemy #1 in Tennessee
Public Enemy #1 in Mississippi
Public Enemy #1 in Philly, in Atlanta
Also we're Public Enemy number one in
Tennessee, Alabama

My pistol's blarin', what?
An' I'm not carin', tell 'em
Because I'm ready for action

These niggas think I'm playin'
My Tec-9 be sprayin',
Florida, Tennessee, Alabama

My pistol's blarin', what?
An' I'm not carin', tell 'em
Because I'm ready for action

These niggas think I'm playin'
My
called me by my name just hillbilly
My Grandpa taught me how to live off the land
And his taught him to be a business man

He used to send me pictures
The July sky, so high moon shining by the river side
Stealing hearts and running wild
In our own little world, Tennessee boys and girls running free
Out here
Mafia style nigga, slicing yo esaphagus
Dumpin yo ass in the Alabama river (and I mean that)
You hear me, you'll be 20 feet deep in yo Caprice
Wit plenty