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I DON'T THINK ABOUT HER NO MORE (THE POISON RED BERRIES) (Mickey Newbury) Mickey Newbury - 1969 George Hamilton IV - 1971 Don Williams - 1973 I don't think much 'bout her no more Seldom if ever does she cross my mind Yesterday's gone, it's better forgotten Like the poison red berries to die on the vine This mornin' at dawn, Lord, I pulled into town Had some coffee and talked with some old friends of mine Laughin' at the good times they remember Then I remembered the time Lord, I can still see bright lights back in Dallas As yesterday moves like a dream through my mind I didn't suppose that I'd ever forget her And you know it took such a long time But I don't think much 'bout her no more Seldom if ever does she cross my mind Yesterday's gone, Lord, it's better forgotten Like the poison red berries that cling to the mind (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - March 2010)

    


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