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Verse 1:
A couple acres, on the outskirts
A little fenced in piece of red dirt
And the banker had his pen out
He said "sign here", I kinda freaked out
All this talkin' about settlin'
Had this old boy back peddlin'
So I pushed back that contract
Found my car keys and I hit the gas

Chorus:

I don't know what I'm lookin' for
So I guess I'll go and look some more

Verse 2:
A couple girls back I lost my head
With a hazel eyed brunette
Showed up with, yea, of all things
A little blue box with a gold ring
So I reached down in my pocket
To find my nerve, but I lost it
Couldn't trust me, with her around
So I put my heart, back in lock down

Chorus:

I don't know what I'm lookin' for
So I guess I'll go and look some more

Verse 3:
So many choices
So hard to choose
I can't hold my horses
I've got no time to lose

Chorus:

Oh, I don't know what I'm looking for
So I guess I'll go and take another good long look around

I don't know what I'm lookin' for
So I guess I'll go and look some more

Guess I'll go and look some more, yea,
Take another good long look around



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