See Rock City

See Rock City

Kate Campbell

She put a map and a tube of lipstick
In an old Winn Dixie sack
She pulled her Firebird out of the driveway
Without ever looking back

By the time she got to Georgia
It was nearly half past eight
She bought a ninety-nine cent breakfast
At the Stuckey's by the interstate

And she don't know where she's going
And she's really not sure why
But she's got to try and find a way
To live before she dies

She might see Rock City
She might see Ruby Falls
She might change her name to Marilyn
And drop her southern drawl

She wants to climb Lookout Mountain
And see all seven states
She wants to feel the wind through her hair again
Before it gets too late to see Rock City

Well, she stopped in Chattanooga
And called her mama's beauty shop
She said I won't be home for supper
Give my love to Bo and Pop

And her mama knew the reasons
Without even asking why
A woman's got to try and find a way
To live before she dies

She might see Rock City
Oh, she might buy a souvenir plate
She wants to feel the wind through her hair again
Before it gets too late to see Rock City

Written by KATE CAMPBELL, WALT ALDRIDGE
Published by MUSIC & MEDIA INT'L, INC., THIRD TIER MUSIC, LLC

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