Guy Clark Magnolia Wind cover

Magnolia Wind
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Released
Jan 3, 2006
Genre
Singer/Songwriter
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Magnolia Wind Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
I'd rather sleep in a box like a bum on the street
Than a fine feather bed without your little ol' cold feet
I'd rather be deaf, dumb, and stone blind
Than to know that your mornings will never be mine
Verse 2
I'd rather die young than to live without you
I'd rather go hungry than eat lonesome stew
It's once in a lifetime and it won't come again
It's here and it's gone on a magnolia wind
Verse 3
I'd rather not walk through the garden again
If I can't catch your scent on a magnolia wind
Verse 4
If it ever comes time that it comes time to go
Sis just pack up your fiddle Sis pack up your bow
If I can't dance with you then I won't dance at all
I'll just sit this one out with my back to the wall
Verse 5
I'd rather not hear pretty music again
If I can't hear your fiddle on a magnolia wind
Verse 6
If I can't catch your scent on a magnolia wind

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