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KENTUCKY IN THE MORNING (Tom T. Hall) Tom T. Hall - 1969 I will sing of a place that you may have seen In the eastern half of our land so green Where the sun is warm and the sky is blue And the love of a girl is true Kentucky in the mornin' Trimmed in green and blue Kentucky in the mornin' I was only passin' through There's a bird that sings somethin' sweet and pure The tune goes on while the beat sounds sure Oh, if I could hum that old song today I could chase my blues away Kentucky in the mornin' Trimmed in green and blue Kentucky in the mornin' I was only passin' through Oh, I can't recall how I came to go By Kentucky shores on the Ohio As I crossed that bridge I looked back to say I will sing you a song someday Kentucky in the mornin' Trimmed in green and blue Kentucky in the mornin' I was only passin' through (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - March 2013)

    


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