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Jonathan East - Nashville Lyrics


I saw a picture on a postcard when I was 10 years old
And them bright lights seemed to call me and I knew someday Iíd go
Yeah I had myself some big plans; I swore Iíd be a star
So I headed out at 18, just a suitcase and a car.

Now I watch the snow outside my window, man it sure is coming down
I sure hate this kind of weather and I hate this kind of town
That old guitar in the corner, I shouldíve never learned to play
ĎCause the songs that weíve been writiní, just ainít selliní here these days.

(Chorus)
Well, Iíve seen good times, come and go
And Iíve heard some big lies down on Music Row
Itís a town full of dreams that have been killed
Down in Nashville.

Met a homeless man on Broadway, he said he used to be like me
Said he left his wife and family, to run out and chase a dream
Well he made a little money, but for the price of his own soul
Then they spit him out and dropped him, before he got too old.

(Repeat Chorus)

This cityís nothing special, just a lot of lights and smoke
They use to hide the pressures and the hearts that have been broke
This town can tear your life up and make a wreck of any plans
So Iím packiní up whatís left here and goiní back to Alabamí.

Well, Iíve seen good times come and go
And Iíve heard some big lies down on Music Row
Itís a town full of dreams that have been killed
Where the songs you write and sing are all thatís real
Down in Nashville.

I saw a picture on a postcard when I was 10 years old.

[Thanks to Johnathan East for lyrics]













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