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STILL IN TOWN

(Cochran/Howard)


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Covered by Bob Dylan on unreleased Basement tapes, Woodstock, West Saugerties, NY, Spring-Fall 1967.


ORIGINAL LYRICS
as performed by Johnny Cash, "I Walk The Line", 1964.


To love you so, and still not have you
Will destroy me in time.
So I'm goin' away where nobody knows me,
And get you off of my mind.
I've packed my things a dozen times,
But unpack is all I do.
Yes, I'm still in town, still around,
And still in love with you.

I made it to the edge of town,
And turned around.
I made it to the bridge downtown,
But my nerve let me down.
I tried to go, but how can I leave
When all roads lead to you?
Yes, I'm still in town, still around,
And still in love with you.

I made it to the edge of town,
And turned around.
I made it to the bridge downtown,
But my nerve let me down.
I tried to go, but how can I leave
When all roads lead to you?
I'm still in town, I'm still around,
And still in love with you.


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