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Trisha Yearwood performs "Wrong Side Of Memphis"

"Wrong Side of Memphis" is the title of a country music song written by Matraca Berg and Gary Harrison. First recorded by John Berry on his 1990 independent album Saddle the Wind, it was later released by American country music singer, Trisha Yearwood in August 1992. It was the first single released off her second studio album, Hearts in Armor.

Trisha Yearwood - Wrong Side Of Memphis Lyrics

 

I've been living on the wrong side of Memphis

I'm really breaking away this time

A full tank of gas and a '69 Tempest

Taking me to that Nashville sign

 

No turning back, I've come too far

I'm headed down 40 with my old guitar

This ain't Graceland that's a fact

And I ain't driving a pink Cadillac

 

I've been living on the wrong side of Memphis

Gonna bronze these blue suede shoes

These cowboy boots are gettin' kinda restless

And I ain't gotta single thing to lose

 

I've had this dream from a tender age

Calling my name from the Opry stage

I can hear it sing loud and clear

200 miles and I'll be there

 

I've been living on the wrong side of Memphis

I'm really breaking away this time

A full tank of gas and a '69 Tempest

Taking me to that Nashville sign

 

I've been living on the wrong side of Memphis

Gonna bronze these blue suede shoes

These cowboy boots are gettin' kinda restless

And I ain't gotta single thing to lose

 

I've been living on the wrong side of Memphis

I've been living on the wrong side of Memphis

 

I got the cowboy boots and the run storm suit

I've been living on the wrong side of Memphis

 

A full tank of gas and a '69 Tempest

Taking me to that Nashville sign


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