I went down to Georgia (Lost dog street band cover)

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Cover of a Lost dog street band classic

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Oh when I went down to Georgia, I was on the fence
'bout whether I was coming home
and I know now, better than before
I don't know, lord, what I'm looking for

In his red red rocking chair sitting on the porch
picking as the bottle runs dry
and I go there for the free beer
I don't know lord, what I'm doing here

There's a train waiting as I walk tracks
Freddy a-callin' me
so I climbed on, bottle in my hand
why I left, lord, I'll never understand

So I took that ride back to Tennessee
through the dark, the wind, and the rain
I call that a ride, the depths of the wind
goes to show you just can't win

Singin' oh my Caroline, I never should have left
and you shoulda never stayed with me, gal
and I know now, there's two ways to be
live in love, or die in misery

Oh when I went down to Georgia, I was on the fence
'bout whether I was coming home
and I know now, better than before
I don't know, lord, what I'm looking for
and I know now, better than before
I don't know, lord, what I'm looking for

credits

from Dawn​/​/​Dust, released December 20, 2016
Sasha Eve - banjo, vox
Al Danger - guitar, vox
Moony Marrow - bass

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Mouse and Banjo Portland, Oregon

Born by a river, raised by the ocean. Currently residing in the Pacific Northwest, organizing with radical anarcho-queer folks, grappling with emotions, and pursuing anti-oppressive ideals.

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