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Jimmy Buffett – Livingston's Gone To Texas lyrics

Nothing here is different
Nothings changed at all
Livingston's gone to Texas
They say he had a ball

They say he learned to be a cowboy
They say he learned to rope and ride
But I wonder if he ever thinks about the tears his woman cried

Now Holly won't you let me
Try and make you smile
You loved him as if he were your husband
Now he'll be gone awhile

Wrote he had to see the country
On starry nights he wished that you were there
And so it shows wherever he goes
Deep inside you know he really cares

It's crazy and it's different
But it's really being free
And reasons the world would want to question
Makes sense to you and me

Nothing here is different
Nothing's changed at all
Livingston's still in Texas
The snows about to fall



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