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Buck Owens – Wind Blows Every Day In Oklahoma lyrics

Oh, the wind blows every day in Oklahoma
The sun shines every day in Tennessee
The snow falls every day in Alaska
And I've hurt till you come back to me.

It snowed the day I left Albuquerque
It rained when I passed through Los Angeles
It stormed the night I got to San Francisco
And it storms ever since you left me.

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Some folks seem to think I've lost my marbles
Other say I've gone out of my head
No matter how you said it's for certain
Without your love I might as well be dead.

The wind blows every day in Oklahoma
The sun shines every day in Tennessee
The snow falls every day in Alaska
And I've hurt till you come back to me.

The wind blows every day in Oklahoma
The sun shines every day in Tennessee
The snow falls every day in Alaska
And I've hurt till you come back to me...



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