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HEAVEN HILL
CLAY/FERRIS (C) 1997
 
THE BOURBON BUSINESS BOOMED TODAY UP ON HEAVEN HILL
THE DADDY OF ALL FIRES BURNED THE FACTORY AND THE STILLS
BIG FLAMING BARRELS OF WHISKEY SHOT UP IN THE AIR
NO ONE REALLY KNOWS FOR SURE BUT THEY MIGHT STILL BE THERE
 
CHORUS:
 
LIFE IS SORRY IN KENTUCKY
NOT A DROP OF BOOZE AROUND
IT RICOCHETED TO HEAVEN
WHEN HEAVEN HILL WENT DOWN

ONE HUNDRED CRYING FIREMEN FOUGHT THE BLAZE ALL NIGHT
HELL AIN’T HALF AS HOT AS WHEN MASH TANKS FULL IGNITE
TRAILING LINES OF RED HOT BOURBON FLOWED INTO THE CREEKS
THAT NINETY PROOF WHITE LIGHTNING WON’T BURN OFF FOR WEEKS

BRIDGE:
 
FOLKS RAISED THEIR GLASS IN BARDSTOWN
WATCHING HEAVEN MELT
THE SKY RAINED EVAN WILLIAMS
AND THEY ALL GOT A BELT

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