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Mississippi.

Mississippi.

Lyrics: Dutch composer and lyricist Werner Theunissen of the 70s Dutch country music band ‘Pussycat’.
Vocals: ‘Pussycat’ singers Toni Willé, Marianne Veldpaus and Betty Dragstra.

Mississippi.

Where you can hear a country song from far,
And someone play the honky-tonk guitar.
Where all the lights will go out one by one,
The people join the song and the wind takes it away.
Where the Mississippi rolls down to the sea,
And lovers found the place they’d like to be.
How many times before the song was ending?
Love and understanding everywhere around.
Mississippi,
I’ll remember you.
Whenever I should go away,
I’ll be longing for the day,
That I will be in Greenville again.
Mississippi,
You’ll be on my mind.
Every time I hear this song,
Mississippi roll along,
Until the end of time.
Now the country song forever lost its soul,
When the guitar player turned to rock ‘n’ roll,
And every time when summer nights are fallin’,
I will always be callin’, dreams of yesterday.
Mississippi,
I’ll remember you.
Whenever I should go away,
I’ll be longing for the day,
That I will be in Greenville again.
Mississippi,
You’ll be on my mind.
Every time I hear this song,
Mississippi roll along,
Until the end of time.
Every time I hear this song,
Mississippi roll along,
Until the end of time.


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