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Owens Appalachia - Original
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A song I wrote about the children of Appalachia
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Acoustic - Acoustic Folk
Previous peak charts position #104
Previous peak charts position in subgenre #18
Dan O'Connell
2008 BMI
March 06, 2011
MP3 3.0 MB
128 kbps bitrate
3:20 minutes
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Appalachia - by Dan O'Connell Copyright BMI Another day in darkness, and the dust burns in my eyes and it hard to breathe a mile down when your working in the mine Days and weeks turn into years, it starts to take a toll my Grandpa and my Daddy died from working in the coal Work the mine, for number 9 Decades come and Decades go and still our children die Back at home my baby cries, shes hungry for some food and the winter wind blows through the cracks in the corner of the room my oldest son is 16, he's never been to school and another generations lost in the Appalachian Woods Work the mine, for number 9 Decades come and Decades go and still our children die Can't drink the water, can't breathe the air and you think that God forgot you when your working way down there I want to just take my kids and move them far away but all I know in this old life is diggin everyday Work the mine, for number 9 Decades come and Decades go and still our children cry
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