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written Mark Marchett / Stephanie Jones
From Jon Randall "Cold Coffee Morning"
Elektra / Asylum Records 1999
Sony / ATV Songs LLC Tree (BMI)

Two thousand miles from Austin
Playing this dive up in Boston
Another city I'm lost in
Just a stranger in town
She caught my eye when I saw her
Somehow it seems like I knew her
Something familiar about her
Made me turn around
She reminds me of Texas
Makes me feel right at home
I let down my defenses
I don't feel so alone
Must be the blue bonnet blue eyes
Eyes that sparkle like fire flies
She's a little wild and reckless
She reminds me of Texas

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She's like a tumble weed blowing
Like a wild flower growing
On her own never knowing
What she's gonna find
Yes she?s a drifter just like me
Independent and fancy free
In search of what's meant to be
With her heart open wide
She reminds me of Texas
Makes me feel right at home
I let down my defenses
I don't feel so alone
Must be the blue bonnet blue eyes
Eyes that sparkle like fire flies
She's a little wild and reckless
She reminds me of Texas
She's a little wild and reckless
She reminds me of Texas



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