Atlanta Lyrics - Ron Pope

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Yeah, I watch the storm clouds roll,
Past the lighthouse and the shore,
Beyond the breakers they do go,
And where they’ll end up I don’t know.

And when the weather finally breaks,
I wanna feel the sun upon my face,
Although many things will change,
That is one which stays the same.

All the tears I’ve cried,
If I can make it there, I’ll see you on the other side.
Oh, I never learn,
‘Cause I’m a thousand miles from Atlanta,
Beneath a thousand pounds of hurt.

In this desert where I sleep,
We wait for rain like it’s make believe,
Where I’m from the Earth she bleeds,
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Dark red clay beneath my feet.

And if I’m forced to travel on,
And end up farther from my home,
To live forever here alone,
Well, I don’t think I’ll last too long.

All the tears I’ve cried,
If I can make it there, I’ll see you on the other side.
Oh, I never learn,
‘Cause I’m a thousand miles from Atlanta,
Beneath a thousand pounds of hurt.

Seems this road just does not end,
And I am dead to all my friends,
If I could compromise or bend,
Perhaps I might be born again.

And as I wait for shooting stars,
On a night that’s painful dark,
We fall asleep in moving cars,
When I wake up, I won’t care where we are.

All the tears I’ve cried,
If I can make it there, I’ll see you on the other side.
Oh, I never learn,
‘Cause I’m a thousand miles from Atlanta,
Beneath a thousand pounds of hurt.






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