Georgia Pine
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Up tempo country-rock shuffle
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Peak: #36   (68,990 songs currently in Country)
Peak in sub-genre: #5   (3,844 songs currently in Country-Rock)
Upload date
August 04, 2018
Meta data
MP3 4.9 MB, bitrate 160 kbps.
4:15 minutes
Words/music
S. Domer © 2018
Story behind the song
About the endangered longleaf pine forests & savannas of Georgia
Lyrics
Georgia Pine (S. Domer c2018) Love when the morning sun comes peaking through the trees Love when the Georgia pines are smiling down on me The morning mist still lingers on the ground A choir of birds wake the air with sound Georgia Pine, always on my mind Georgia Pine, don’t ever say goodbye They say that nothing grows as tall as a Georgia Pine They were nearly all cut down for the timber and turpentine Once endless forests ‘neath the bluebird skies Far as one could see below the Georgia fall line Georgia Pine, always on my mind Georgia Pine, don’t ever say goodbye Wiregrass savannas of the coastal plains Vanish with the lack of fire and rain Georgia Pine, don’t ever say goodbye Georgia Pine, don’t ever say goodbye Columbus to Augusta where the Savannah River flows Just a fraction of the old longleaf forests grow The carpet of flora stretches all around Hues of every color, still paint the ground Georgia Pine, always on my mind Georgia Pine, don’t ever say goodbye Georgia Pine, always on my mind Georgia Pine, don’t ever say goodbye