Friday, January 19, 2018

Lirik Lagu Queen Of Memphis Confederate Railroad Asli dan Lengkap Free Lyrics Song

Lirik Lagu Queen Of Memphis Confederate Railroad Asli dan Lengkap Free Lyrics Song,Selamat Malam Karena banyaknya request tentang lirik lagu terutama lagu Queen Of Memphis dari Confederate Railroad mp3, lirik lagu Queen Of Memphis berdasarkan task asli lagu Queen Of Memphis yang dinyanyikan oleh Confederate Railroad , mungkin anda seorang penyanyi cover, penyanyi dangdut, penyanyi pop, atau anda seorang remaja yang sangat suka lagu ini yang ingin menyanyikan ulang lagu Queen Of Memphis tapi anda tidak hafal lirik lagu Queen Of Memphis jika anda membaca postingan ini berati anda sedang tidak tersesat dalam mencari lirik lagu Queen Of Memphis . tapi untuk kali ini lirik lagu Queen Of Memphis tidak beserta kunci nada karena akan mengganggu jika kalian ingin menghafal dan menghayati lagu Queen Of Memphis berikut ini adalah lirik lagu Queen Of Memphis:


Hitchhiked up to Memphis, young boy in my prime.
Thought that big 'ol city would ease my Georgia mind.
After just one hour, I met this southern girl.
She said they call me the Queen of Memphis, then she took me 'round the world.

And I saw stars dancing along the water.
I heard Elvis singing Blue Suede Shoes.
That old muddy river was my witness, the night I fell in love with the Queen of Memphis.
Woke up the next morning, prisoner of her charm.

She showed me things I'd never seen, back there on that farm.
She set my soul on fire, completed all my dreams.
A boy became a man that night, in the arms of the Memphis Queen.
I saw stars dancing on the water.

I heard Elvis singing Blue Suede Shoes.
That old muddy river was my witness, the night I fell in love with the Queen of Memphis.
Just like that old man river, she keeps rolling through my mind.
And you know I won't forget her, she was one of a kind.

I saw stars dancing on the water.
I heard Elvis singing Blue Suede Shoes.
That old Muddy river was my witness, the night I fell in love with the Queen of Memphis.
And I am still in love with the Queen of Memphis.

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