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Nashville Giveth, Nashville Taketh


Jim Colyer

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Nashville Giveth, Nashville Taketh
Never know who you'll end up with
It gave you Haggard, Jones and Waylon
Snatched them from you, left you wailing

This Godlike town always reigns
Nashville works in mysterious ways
Nashville commands, reigns supreme
Place no other Gods before me

Nashville Giveth, Nashville Taketh
Never know who you'll end up with
It gave you Hank, Cash and Cline
Left you grieving, left you behind

This Godlike town is never mocked
Disobey and you'll be shocked
It's omnipresent, it's ubiquitous
It's omniscient, it's omnipotent

Nashville Giveth, Nashville Taketh
Never know who you'll end up with
Singers come and singers go
Who'll be next on Music Row?

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