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COUNTRY MUSIC Marie-Lynn Hammond - 1973 well you can play that old-time music you can sing those country songs and all the children of the cities they have learned to play along from a downtown window busy corner skies are hidden and there ain't no trees but you can hear that music playing that sweet-tongued fiddle playing and it floats through the dusty air like a country breeze well they leave the farms and they leave the small towns 'cause they heard that the cities pay but at night they go from the yards and the factories to join the crowds down main street way in smoky barrooms at crowded tables they down their beer and they talk about home they've come to hear that music playing that sweet-sad fiddle playing things that you never hear till you're on your own so play for them some down home music yeah sing for them those country songs and all your children lost in the cities they can't help but sing along sing of prairie summers Ottawa river and Sunday mornings in a small Quebec town just try and leave it all behind you wherever you go it'll find you that sweet-sad country music like a lover, friend, or brother it's gonna follow you down

    


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