David Nail Missouri

November’s almost over, gentle winter’s on the way

Still I sit here on this balcony, smoke my brain away

Waiting on that phone to ring

Wondering which day that it will be

Oh Carrie, I pray one day you’ll go back home

To the warmth of Southern Georgia where you belong

And leave all the pain you’ve felt from me here in Missouri

Oh, you were just a young girl and I swore I could change

Everyday that you forgive me, is just another one you’ll waste

You came here in search of something true

Looks like, girl, your searching isn’t through

Oh Carrie, I pray one day you’ll go back home

To the warmth of Southern Georgia where you belong

And leave all the pain you’ve felt from me here in Missouri

It’s hard to think that everything around her

To know that won’t be happy ever after

Oh Carrie, I pray one day you’ll go back home

To the warmth of Southern Georgia where you belong

Leave all the pain you’ve felt from me here in Missouri

Oh Carrie, I pray one day you’ll go back home

To the warmth of Southern Georgia where you belong

And leave all the pain you’ve felt from me here in Missouri

Here in Missouri, Missouri, Missouri