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He's Still Living In Virginia
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(Beckley/Doyle)
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Peak #11
Peak in subgenre #6
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©1994 Beckley/Doyle
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1994 BMG Music Publishing
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March 16, 2007
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MP3 3.2 MB, 128 kbps, 3:30
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They were eighteen in nineteen forty-two So much in love, but what could they do But say goodbye He promised her under a lover's moon That he'd be back for her when the war was through And she cried And though he never came back and the years have come and gone Deep in her heart, he never left at all (Chorus): He's still living in Virginia, you can see it in her eyes When the sun is sinking low across the Blue Ridge Skies She waltzes with his memory to another place and time He's still living in Virginia in her mind There's a scrapbook in a trunk beside her bed Filled with photographs and letters he sent Stained with tears And some old records she plays when no one's around They're scratched and worn, but still a beautiful sound To her ears When the music plays low, the years begin to fade She can almost hear him whisper her name (Chorus): He's still living in Virginia, you can see it in her eyes When the sun is sinking low across the Blue Ridge Skies She waltzes with his memory to another place and time He's still living in Virginia in her mind
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