From the album THE LAST

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Lyrics

THE TROUBLE WITH TENNESSEE

Standing where the Cherokees stood,
I’d wipe away their tears if I could.
Graceland, Music Row, Dollywood,
I’m having more fun than I should.

There’s the Chattanooga Choo Choo,
Lost Sea Adventure, Rock City, too.
Gonna trade in my old igloo
For a Gatlinburg cabin built for two.

That’s the trouble with Tennessee –
There’s too much to do, too much to see.
These mountains are too green for me;
That’s the trouble with Tennessee.

Yeah, that’s the trouble with Tennessee –
The people are all way too friendly;
The days are all way too sunny.
That’s the trouble with Tennessee.

I think of old PA by and by;
I miss that always cloudy sky.
Yeah, I was a two seasons guy –
Winter and the Fourth of July.

I think of friends I’ve left behind;
They often scroll across my mind.
Then every winter here I find
You don’t have to shovel sunshine.

That’s the trouble with Tennessee –
There’s too much to do, too much to see.
These mountains are too green for me;
That’s the trouble with Tennessee.

Yeah, that’s the trouble with Tennessee –
The people are all way too friendly;
The days are all way too sunny.
That’s the trouble with Tennessee.

Standing where the Cherokees stood,
I’d wipe away their tears if I could.
Graceland, Music Row, Dollywood,
I’m having more fun than I should.

There’s the Chattanooga Choo Choo,
Lost Sea Adventure, Rock City, too.
Gonna trade in my old igloo
For a Gatlinburg cabin built for two.

That’s the trouble with Tennessee –
There’s too much to do, too much to see.
These mountains are too green for me;
That’s the trouble with Tennessee.

Yeah, that’s the trouble with Tennessee –
The people are all way too friendly;
The days are all way too sunny.
That’s the trouble with Tennessee.

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