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Underneath The Tallahassee Bridge

I could not Recognize his voice, When I made this choice, To sell my soul to the devil I suppose, he wears the right clothes We met underneath the Tallahassee Bridge He plays a mean red fiddle, with a whiskey smile With an Irish Jig, we dance down this road of life and death

Copyright © | Year Posted 2008




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