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Are you alone---can you talk to an old friend
Right or wrong---I had to hear your voice again
Unwritten law, protocol
Says to leave the past alone

I just wanted you to know
Sometimes driving home at night
I let your memory take control
And you're sitting by my side
I turn up the radio
And cruise down old route 59
And girl it's solid gold, well, I'll let you go
I just wanted you to know

Through the vine---I heard your life has turned out well
As for mine---you know it's really had to tell
'Cause now and then what might have been interfaces with what might be
Please don't cry, I'll say goodbye
And I wont call you anymore



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    Terri BarrettAug 12, 2013 at 1:14 am
    When it comes to music, I'm a crazy woman. The message is the whole reason for the song - it has to make sense to me.
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    Terri BarrettAug 11, 2013 at 7:44 pm
    There are mistakes in this. "Had" should be "hard" and "interfaces" should be "interferes". Geez. No cowboy would ever use the word "interfaces"!

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