"Baltimore"

From: [email protected] (Marc Bennett Hirsh)

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Well, I sold my farm to take my woman
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Where she longed to be
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We left our kin and all our friends
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Back there in Tennessee
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I bought those one-way tickets
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That she'd often begged me for
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They took us to the streets of Baltimore

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Her heart was filled with gladness
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Just to see those city lights
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She swore the prettiest place on earth
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Was Baltimore at night
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A man feels proud to give his woman
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What she's longing for
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And I kinda liked the streets of Baltimore

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I got myself a factory job
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I ran an old machine
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I bought a little cottage
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In a neighborhood serene
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And every night when I'd come home
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With every muscle sore
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She'd drag me through the streets of Baltimore

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I did my best to bring her back
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To where she used to be
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But I soon learned she loved those bright lights
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More than she loved me
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So I'm a-going back on that same train
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That brought me here before
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While my baby walks the streets of Baltimore
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While my baby walks the streets of Baltimore


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