House of rising sun 

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    There is a house in New Orleans,

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    They call the Rising Sun

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And It's been the ruin of many a poor boy

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    And God, I know, I'm one

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    My mother was a tailor

    She sewed my new blue jeans

    My father was a gambling man

    Down in New Orleans

   And the only things a gambler needs

   Is a suitcase and a trunk

   And the only time he's satisfied

   Is when he's all a-drunk

   I've got one foot on the platform

   The other foot on the train

   I'm going back to New Orleans

   To wear the ball and chain

   So mothers, tell your children

   Not to do what I have done

   Spend your life in sin and misery

   In the house of the Rising Sun

   Repeat First Verse

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