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|artist = The Allman Brothers Band
 
|artist = The Allman Brothers Band
 
|album1 = The Allman Brothers Band:Eat A Peach (1972)
 
|album1 = The Allman Brothers Band:Eat A Peach (1972)
|album2 = The Allman Brothers Band:Peakin' At The Beacon (2000)
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|album2 = Duane Allman:An Anthology (1972)
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|album3 = The Allman Brothers Band:Peakin' At The Beacon (2000)
 
|language = English
 
|language = English
|star = Green
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|star = Gold
 
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<lyrics>
 
<lyrics>
 
I recall once upon a time
 
I recall once upon a time
 
Livin' was so easy and I felt so fine
 
Livin' was so easy and I felt so fine
But, my, my, my right before my very eyes
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My, my, my, right before my very eyes
 
Satan came with fire to burn me
 
Satan came with fire to burn me
 
Wouldn't listen when they warned me
 
Wouldn't listen when they warned me
A dagger in my back while she's calling me honey
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A dagger in my back while she's callin’ me honey
 
Wouldn't stand back, for neither love nor money
 
Wouldn't stand back, for neither love nor money
   
 
Thirty minutes after my ship set sail
 
Thirty minutes after my ship set sail
 
She put up a sign and my house began to wail
 
She put up a sign and my house began to wail
But, why, why, why I couldn't see it in my little girl's eyes?
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And why, why, why I couldn't see it in my little girl's eyes?
 
She had such a way to fool me, Lord she had a way to fool me
 
She had such a way to fool me, Lord she had a way to fool me
 
And I would ask the woman, "Can you find it in yourself to please stand back?
 
And I would ask the woman, "Can you find it in yourself to please stand back?
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Just when all began to fade
 
Just when all began to fade
I reached out, threw the Ace of Spades
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I reached out, threw the ace of spades
 
I put her on a train to the Everglades
 
I put her on a train to the Everglades
   
 
Now that it's all over and gone
 
Now that it's all over and gone
 
Somehow I just don't feel so alone
 
Somehow I just don't feel so alone
But, lie, lie, lie it seemed like such a waste of time
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But lie, lie, lie, it seemed like such a waste of time
 
She did not ever seem to know me
 
She did not ever seem to know me
But, now it's much too late to show me
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But now it's much too late to show me
But, if I ever see that woman walkin' down the street I'll just stand back
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But if I ever see that woman walkin' down the street I'll just stand back
 
And try to move away slowly
 
And try to move away slowly
 
Oh, yeah
 
Oh, yeah
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|writer = Gregg Allman, Berry Oakley
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Stand Back

This song is by The Allman Brothers Band and appears…

I recall once upon a time
Livin' was so easy and I felt so fine
My, my, my, right before my very eyes
Satan came with fire to burn me
Wouldn't listen when they warned me
A dagger in my back while she's callin’ me honey
Wouldn't stand back, for neither love nor money

Thirty minutes after my ship set sail
She put up a sign and my house began to wail
And why, why, why I couldn't see it in my little girl's eyes?
She had such a way to fool me, Lord she had a way to fool me
And I would ask the woman, "Can you find it in yourself to please stand back?
You ain't gonna rule me"

Just when all began to fade
I reached out, threw the ace of spades
I put her on a train to the Everglades

Now that it's all over and gone
Somehow I just don't feel so alone
But lie, lie, lie, it seemed like such a waste of time
She did not ever seem to know me
But now it's much too late to show me
But if I ever see that woman walkin' down the street I'll just stand back
And try to move away slowly
Oh, yeah

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