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The Town Where You Live (Mel Street)

Twenty miles of memories
'Til I pass right by your home
And I always wondered if you're a little disturbed
As this big rig roars along

'Cause I know you haven't forgotten
When we had so much love to give
And that's why I rather die than drive
Through the town where you live

I always noticed your two Cadilacs
And your twenty acre lawn
And that big house of stone and marble
Look so empty and so alone

And the tears they blur my vision
As I picture you there with him
And I'd rather drive a thousand miles around
The town where you live

I remember when you said
That a truck-drivin' man
Couldn't give you the things you desire
And your hands look better with diamonds
And you'd rather ride a chauffered driven car

Well I guess that tonight
You've got all these things
But are you missin' the love I can give
If you are then Darlin' be waiting when I pass
Through the town where you live

If you're lonely then Darlin' be waiting when I pass
Through the town where you live

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