Alabama – Southern Star

It was released in November 1989 as the fourth and final single and title track from the album Southern Star. The song hit number one in the United States on the Hot Country Singles charts.

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Alabama – Southern Star, is a song written Rich Alves, Steve Dean and Roger Murrah, and recorded by American country music band Alabama. It was released in November 1989 as the fourth and final single and title track from the album Southern Star. The song hit number one in the United States on the Hot Country Singles charts.
Cover LP Alabama RCA 1988
Cover LP Alabama RCA 1988
From the album Southern Star
B-side “Barefootin'”
Released November 22, 1989
Recorded January 1, 1988
Genre Country
Length 3:11
Label RCA Nashville
Songwriter(s) Rich Alves. Steve Dean Roger Murrah
Producer(s) Alabama. Barry Beckett

COUNTRYPEDIA





Oh, southern star, how I wish you would shine
And show me the way to get home
Well I’m blue-collar branded, and stuck in a mill
Hard work is a way of life for me
Well I’m too young to live like I’m over the hills
And too old to be wild and free

My heart is onward bound
I’m rolling with the feeling and I can’t slow down
I need a guiding light
Shining down to lead me through the night
Oh, southern star, how I wish you would shine
And show me the way to get home
Oh, hey my D.J. friend, would you play me one more song
And let my mind just go and drift away
Now we all have a dream….and a place where we belong
Somewhere we can go and escape

My heart is onward bound
I’m rolling with the feeling and I can’t slow down
….I need a guiding light
Shining down to lead me throught the night
Oh, southern star, how I wish you would shine
And show me the way to get home

Oh, southern star, how I wish you would shine
And show me the way to get home…

GENIUS

Single Alabama RCA 1989
Single Alabama RCA 1989




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