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Lee Greenwood performs "Dixie Road"

"Dixie Road" is a song written by Don Goodman, Pam Rose and Mary Ann Kennedy. It was first recorded by King Edward IV and the Knights for Soundwaves Records in 1981. This version got to number 48 on the Hot Country Songs charts.

 

It was later recorded by American country music artist Lee Greenwood. It was released in March 1985 as the first single from his Greatest Hits album. "Dixie Road" was Lee Greenwood's third number one on the country chart. The single went to number one for one week and spent a total of fourteen weeks on the country chart.

Lee Greenwood Dixie Road Lyrics

 

I would pick and we would sing to the rhythm of that front porch swing

The moonlight holds the spotlight that we shared

I found new notes on that old guitar, she believed I could be a star

She told me that she wanted to be fair

She said, I love you more than to hold you down, boy you're glory bound

We can't share a world with different dreams

So I chased mine and she found hers too, but someone else made hers come true

Now I'm a star, but every time I sing

My heart goes drifting down a dusty Dixie road

Taking my mind, back in time

L.A. lights burn like hell once you know

You left heaven waitin' down the Dixie road

Every night I'm in a different place and I'm searching every stranger's face

Trying to find the girl that's just not there

She's back there in Montgomery and I'm clear across the country

But whenever I'm alone I go back there

My heart goes drifting down a dusty Dixie road

Taking my mind, back in time

L.A. lights burn like hell once you know

You left heaven waitin' down the Ddixie road

My heart goes drifting down a dusty Dixie road

Taking my mind, back in time

L.A. lights burn like hell once you know

You left heaven waitin' down the Dixie road


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