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(Chuck Jones/Chris Waters)

Well the last time she was seen
She was tearin' down Interstate 20
Headin' God knows where
Her long blonde hair
Blowin' in the wind
I guess I said some things
I don't know what got in me
But I have to find her fast
While there's still a chance
To win her back again

But there's too much Texas
And not enough time
To find her before I lose my mind
Or before she finds somebody new
I've been from Amarillo to Del Rio
I hope she hasn't crossed that line
There's just too much Texas
And not enough time

She said she didn't care
Where she and her Chevy were goin'
She could be kickin' up dust
Or fallin' in love
In a thousand one-horse towns
Well I've looked everywhere
Lord it's killin' me not knowin'
Gotta find that girl
Tell her she's my world
Before another sun goes down

But there's too much Texas
And not enough time
To find her before I lose my mind
Or before she finds somebody new
I've been from Amarillo to Del Rio
I hope she hasn't crossed that line
There's just too much Texas
And not enough time
There's just too much Texas
And not enough time



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