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Carolina In My Mind - James Taylor - James Taylor

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  1. Tygosho
    Oct 31,  · Carolina in my mind Written & Performed by James Taylor Transcribed by Paul ([email protected]) / [Intro] / D G G/F Em7 G/A / [Chorus] / D G G/F# A In my mind I've gone to Carolina /5(87).
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  2. JoJorisar
    General CommentJames has said that this is probably his favorite song he's barnmezigrelvigor.infoinfo the newly-released "James Taylor Encyclopedia" by Joel Risberg (you can order it at barnmezigrelvigor.infoinfo), James is quoted as explaining the song's origins like this: "I was recording that Apple album [his self-titled debut album] and I took a break and went to an island off the coast of Spain called Formentera.5/5(2).
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  3. Kamuro
    Yes, I'm gone to Carolina in my mind Gone to Carolina in my mind And I'm goin' to Carolina in my mind Gone to Carolina in my mind Gone, I'm gone, I'm gone Say nice things about me 'cause I'm gone South now Carry on without me, I'm gone Writer/s: James Taylor Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind.
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  4. Kazrakus
    "Carolina in My Mind" is a song written and performed by singer-songwriter James Taylor, which first appeared on his self-titled debut album. Taylor wrote it while overseas recording for the Beatles ' label Apple Records, and the song's themes reflect his homesickness at the barnmezigrelvigor.infoinfo: Folk rock, country pop.
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  5. Kizahn
    A track from his self-titled debut album, James Taylor wrote and recorded this song in while staying in an apartment in London. In this song, James sings about longing to return to North Carolina, the place he and his siblings called home in their childhood days. He says it's about "that feeling of being called away to another place.".
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  6. Mazuhn
    Carolina in My Mind Lyrics: In my mind, I'm going to Carolina / Can't you see the sunshine? / Now can't you just feel the moonshine? / And ain't it just like a friend of mine to hit me from behind?
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  7. Goltikazahn
    James Taylor "Carolina In My Mind": In my mind I'm going to Carolina. Can't you see the sunshine, can't you just feel the moonshine? Ain.
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