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Volusia County Blues
Jay M. Kinkade III

I blew in from Nashville
With 27 cents, haulin' a bag
I blew in from Nashville
I think it was the first day of spring
I had my pretty girl
What more does a man need

Well I've been down on my luck
Don't nothing seem right
Well I've been down on my luck
Don't nothing seem right
Ever since I crossed over
That Volusia County line

Well I got the Volusia County blues
Most worst blues I ever had
Well I got the Volusia County blues
Most worst case I ever had
I'm so broke down and lonely
1354 Indian Creek is like a second home

One day I'm going to leave here
Ain't never coming back again
One day I'm going to leave here
Ain't never coming back again
'Cause I had to bury my baby
And I lost my best friend

Well I got the Volusia County blues
Most worst blues I ever had
Well I got the Volusia County blues
Most worst case I ever had
I'm so broke down and lonely
1354 Indian Creek is like a second home

If I ever get the strength
To pick myself up again
If I ever get the strength and courage
To pick myself up and go again
I'm gonna turn north on Ridgewood
Won't look back till I'm past Bunnell

Well I got the Volusia County blues
Most worst blues I ever had
Well I got the Volusia County blues
Most worst case I ever had
If you know what I'm talkin' about
Come on up, 'cause Flaglers not too bad

 
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