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  1. Jacksonville

From the recording Mostly Fine

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Lyrics

Jacksonville Susan Kane © 2015 bmi

It was ninety degrees in Jacksonville
I lay my head on the windowsill
and watched hummingbirds as they drank their fill
and considered if love coexists with free will.
god loves the farmer when the weather is fair
and god loves the poor man who's willing to share
and I love you even though you don't care
in the fullness of time even rock will wear.
roses still bloom in the autumn
Till winter winds blow them away
Why can't they stay?
Why can't you stay?
Why won't you stay?
Fire makes ashes, everything else makes dust
what's not made of gold will eventually rust
I know what I know and I know what I trust
When my heart's on my sleeve there's nothing to discuss.
god loves the farmer when the weather is fair
and god loves the poor man who's willing to share
and I love you even though you don't care
in the fullness of time even rock will wear.
It was ninety degrees in Jacksonville.