Bob Dylan – Sittin' On Top Of The World Lyrics

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[Verse 1]
Was in the summer
One early fall
Just tryin' to find my
Little all and all
Now she's gone
An' I don't worry
Lord, I'm sitting on top of the world

[Verse 2]
Was in the spring
One summer's day
Just when she left me
She gone to stay
Now she's gone
An' I don't worry
Lord, I'm sitting on top of the world

[Verse 3]
Now don't come running
Holding up your hand
Can get me a woman
Quick as you can get a man
Now she's gone
An' I don't worry
Lord, I'm sitting on top of the world

[Verse 4]
Happen for days
Didn't know your name
Oh, why should I worry
Or crave you in vain?
Now she's gone
An' I don't worry
Lord, I'm sitting on top of the world

[Verse 5]
Went to the station
Down in the yard
Gonna get me a freight train
Work's done got hard
Now she's gone
An' I don't worry
Lord, I'm sitting on top of the world

[Verse 6]
The lonesome days
They have gone by
Why should I beg you?
You said good-bye
Now she's gone
An' I don't worry
Lord, I'm sitting on top of the world

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