Down In Kentucky - Poem by Autumn Lewis
Down in Kentucky we go fishin all through the night.
Down in Kentucky we don't leave the table til we've eaten every bite.
Down in Kentucky we aren't all pure country on the outside.
But at heart we don't even mind.
And we have our memories of the dirt roads and winter snows.
And yeah we've had our highs and lows.
Even sometimes we don't know what we're gonna do.
But even in Kentucky there's always something new.
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