Confederate Railroad Summer in Dixie cover

Summer in Dixie
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Aug 25, 2009
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Summer in Dixie Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
I'm so glad you finally called
It's been way too long
How's New York and you been getting on?
Verse 2
You say you're prayin' for one whole week
Well, let me just tell you
The weather here's been kind of crazy too
Verse 3
Summer in Dixie, sure been cold
Even when the sun burns hot enough
There'd be tar on the road
Way down in my heart, a north wind blows
Summer in Dixie, sure been cold
Verse 4
Now if Manhattan turns you on
Do what you gotta do
Don't worry how I'll make it without you
Verse 5
I'll just here on the porch
And wait here for the breeze
To whisper your name through the willow trees
Verse 6
Summer in Dixie, it sure been cold
Even when the sun burns hot enough
There'd be tar on the road
Way down in my heart, a north wind blows
Summer in Dixie, sure been cold
Verse 7
You know I'd never
Talk about the weather
Verse 8
Summer in Dixie, sure been cold
Even when the sun burns hot enough
There'd be tar on the road
Way down in my heart, a north wind blows
Summer in Dixie, sure been cold
Summer in Dixie, sure been cold

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