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  1. Dear Abby

From the recording Dear Abby

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"Dear Abby" Was inspired by the Dear Abby column that was at one time a famous columnist for the Chicago Tribune. Dan and Emily wrote this song as homage to as if they were to write to Abby, a conversation between the writers and Abby. This original song was written and recorded in Nashville Tennessee.

Lyrics

Dear abby , Life’s been getting to me

Got more grey hair , stacks of bills, I’m suffocating

I write you to find more room to breathe



I took your advice, grabbed a truck stop magazine

Now I’m dropping it all, to head out east

Find myself a little more room to breathe



Where the weight that you carry is as light as the breeze

The tangerine skies they really get me

No bumper to bumper the neighbors are miles away

Out here I’ve got a little more room to breathe


Dear Abby, you should see this scene

Its A whole new world, a brand new me

So today I write to you to share this air I breathe

Chorus

Where the weight that you carry is as light as the breeze

The tangerine skies they really get me

No bumper to bumper the neighbors are miles away

Out here I’ve got a little more room to breathe

Where the weight that you carry is as light as the breeze

The tangerine skies they really get me

No bumper to bumper the neighbors are miles away

Out here there’s a little more room to breathe