Dolly Parton - Alabama Sundown

The cold December wind seems bent on rockin' New York City
The town that's got me down to my last dime
And everywhere I go, the people seem in such a hurry
To keep this Mobile girl from feelin' fine

[Chorus:]
Lord, what I'd give to see an Alabama Sundown
The sun just seemed to drop in Mobile Bay
New York town has got a gifted way to keep a girl down
But that never was the Mobile way, no, no
That never was the Mobile way

A flashing sign says that you can rent a bed for just a dollar In anybody's town, that price is cheap
It's a shame to know a girl would ever fall down to my standards
'Cause I need ninety cents to go to sleep

[Chorus]

I felt so big the day I left that Mobile couldn't hold me
I thought there had to be a better way
But if I could find that man that first called Lady Luck a lady
That gentleman would surely learn to pray

[Chorus 2x]
Date: 29.09.2018      View: 177

Dolly Parton's biography

Dolly Parton

Dolly Parton is an American singer.

Full Name: Dolly Rebecca Parton
Born: 19.01.1946 (age 72)
Occupation: Singer, Songwriter, Multi-instrumentalist, Record, Producer, Actress, Author, Businesswoman, Humanitarian
Genres: Country, Country pop, Bluegrass, Gospel
Website: dollyparton.com