Long Black Limousine Lyrics - Hank Williams, Jr.
Review The Song (3)
There's a long line of mourners driving down our little street
Their fancy cars are such a sight to see
They're all of your rich friends who you knew in the city
And now they finally brought you back home to me
When you left me you told me that someday you'd be returnin'
In a big fancy car for our town to see
Well everyone is watching you dear and you finally got your dream
Cause you're ridin' in a long black limousine
The papers told the story of how you lost your life
Of the party you went to and the fatal crash that happened that night
About the race on the highway and that curve you didn't see
And now you're ridin' in a long black limousine
Through my tear dimmed eyes I watch as you ride so slowly by
With a chauffer at the wheel he's dressed so neat and so fine
Oh God I'll never love another cause my heart and my every dreams
Ride with you dear in that long black limousine
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horse lover | Reviewer: Nola Ross | 3/17/13
The Long Black Limousine, and the one done by Elvis, is the greatest sad song of all time. Bobby George, I am told wrote the lyrics. something is wrong with the person who doesnt shed a tear over this one. great job, Bobby. and Elvis
Superb Country Song | Reviewer: Ron Courtney | 1/22/09
This is one of the finest country songs ever written. It is totally without pretense or affectation as it perfectly describes the feelings of someone who sees the love of his life dead and riding in a long black limousine hearse. Great song!
Thanks | Reviewer: Sue | 8/16/07
my uncle, Bobby George wrote Long black limosiene, Thanks to all who recorded it and kept his memory alive
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