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Well I want to tell you
From deep in the heart of Texas
It’s limestone and starry nights
And it’s pure and with what you can imagine
From east it’s red dirt clay where the pine trees sway
The cradle of Texas that cleared the way
Go southwest it’s hot sandy coastline
It’s gonna make you feel so fine
You got lifestyle, passion, and the next big thing on the dial
It’s got to be Jazz… Texas Style
Jazz Texas Style… Jazz Texas Style… Jazz Texas Style

Go west and you’re in the big sky country
Where the west begins and will never end
The life and times of everyone here under the Texas sun
Hot and on your radio… the big beat
From way down yonder here is a story about God’s Glory
Beyond as far as you can see
In ole San Antone on the river walk
And in Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston
San Marcos and Tyler
Irving to Ivanhoe
Amarillo to Arlington
San Jacinto to San Augustine
Kilgore to Killeen
Sherman to Bonham
Nacogdoches to New Braunfels
Orange to Odessa
Round Rock to Rockport
San Angelo to Seguin
Midland to Abilene
College Station to Galveston
Red Oak to Lake Jacksonville
Beaumont to Brownsville
Corsicana to Corpus Christi
Denton to Decatur
El Paso and you know
It’s lifestyle, passion, the next big thing on the dial
It’s got to be Jazz… Texas Style
Jazz Texas Style… Jazz Texas Style

2013 Grey Haven Music BMI
2013 John Robert Jackson BMI



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