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She don't see no way around it It don't look like he'll be comin' home tonight He shows every sign of leavin' her behind After three days stayin' out late She wants to cry but pride won't let her She'll find better things to do With a note that tells that cowboy where to go She wants to cry but pride won't let her Leaves her key inside the mailbox It's a two day drive to Denver With a U-Haul if she doesn't take it slow She'll find better things to do Don't let Dallas see you cryin' She reminds herself as she rolls out of town When she hits that Texas border she sets pride aside And lets her tears come down Then she cries all the way to Colorado 'Cause it hurts like the devil to be free Cuts her hair and finds a new job And her friends all tell her girl you're doin' fine Still the nights get cold and lonely When that wild west Texas cowboy haunts her mind She wants to cry but pride won't let her She'll find better things to do Don't let Dallas see you cryin' When she hits that Texas border she sets pride aside And lets her tears come down She reminds herself as she rolls out of town Then she cries all the way to Colorado 'Cause it hurts like the devil to be free



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