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Asheville 1784

Asheville 1784 we settled down, liked the Carolina’s liked the hills, a breeze to heal.
Settled in the valley made a home, with a soldier’s wage, built ourselves a cabin on the creek, we were happy then.

It’s just me and you, were three but now we’re two, and I will save us. But now we run, now we run.

Your daddy was a good man strong and kind, a Christian soul. Provided for the family, kept us warm, would make him proud.
Was lured into the woods by Cherokees and hunted down.
I managed to escape with you in my arms, but your daddy gone.


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