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(Gary Moore)

One, two, three, four.
Let me tell you about the Texas blues.


I went down south to Dallas,
To hear those cowboys wail.
Came across that Billy Gibbons
Ridin' on that ZZ trail.


I just can't lose with the Texas blues.
I said I just can't lose with the Texas blues.
The Texas blues.


Got myself in Double Trouble,
When I saw that Texas Flood.
Stevie said The Sky Is Crying,
Superstition's in his blood.


I just can't lose with the Texas blues.
I said I just can't lose with the Texas blues.
The Texas blues.
How-how-how-how.


Come on!


I heard that Houston Twister.
He could run you off the tracks.
When he plays that Cold Cold Feeling,
You get the shivers down your back.


I just can't lose with the Texas blues.
I said I just can't lose with the Texas blues.
The Texas blues.
A-how-how-how-how.


Well, I'm going back to Dallas.
Won't go waitin' for no bus.
Ridin' off into the sunset.
You won't see my heels for dust.


I just can't lose with the Texas blues.
I said I just can't lose with the Texas blues.
I said I just can't lose with the Texas blues.
And I just can't lose with the Texas blues.
The Texas blues.
Texas blues.
A-how-how-how-how.
A-how-how-how-how.



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