Album: Running Like The Wind (1979)
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  • Many a time I feel so lonesome
    Many a day I've been so doggone tired
    When I get lonesome, yes I do
    I think about true love
    And when I think about true love
    I think about you

    So I'm singing, this here song, for Melody Ann
    And I'm so doggone proud
    That I'm her man and she's all mine
    My Melody Ann

    Been many a morning
    Since I seen you
    Seen many a sunrise, yes
    Lord knows I've drove many miles
    But you know the best thing About going home
    Is to see you, standing there, with a smile

    And I'm singing, this here song,
    For Melody Ann
    And I'm so doggone proud
    That I'm her man and she's all mine
    My Melody Ann
    My Melody Ann
    I love ya darlin'





    Writer/s: TOMMY CALDWELL
    Publisher: Spirit Music Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Double T Taylor from Spartanburg What a beautiful song by a legendary musician who never got the credit he deserved & Spartanburg should have named a downtown street after him instead of people who are not from Spartanburg, Spartanburg should pay respect to The Marshall Tucker Band for putting them on the map
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