Karen Peck & New River

Where The Dirt Road Stops

To miss New Orleans
I miss it each night and day
The longer I stay away

Miss the moist covered vines
The tall sugar pines
Where mocking birds use to sing
And I like to see the lazy Mississippi
Are hurrying to spring

The Mardi Gras memories
Of Creol Tunes that fill the air
I dream of Orleanders in June
And soon I'm wishing that I was there

Do you know what is means
To miss New Orleans
And there is something more
I miss the one I care for
More than I miss New Orleans

To miss New Orleans
I miss it each night and day

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