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I'm long past hungry
I need a bed
I got some real wild things
Runnin' through my head
Oh Rosie, don't forget me now

I've been to Tulsa
And New Mexico
Still got Tucson and
Colorado left to go
Oh Rosie don't forget me now

Chorus:
Do you remember
Our lucky star
We gave all our wishes to
Now I'm in Denver
In this old bar
Tryin' to do anything to hang on to you
And not be blue

It's all-night TV
With nothin' on
I should be goin' but I'm
Too far gone
Oh Rosie, don't forget me now

There's rotten singers
Lousy art
Western swingers
And my old broken heart
Oh Rosie, don't forget me now

Chorus

It's a hard old highway
A long slow burn
I think about ya Rosie
At every little turn
So don't you worry
Please don't cry
When we're together
That old time will fly on by
Oh Rosie, don't forget me now

Chorus

It's a hard old highway
A long slow burn
I think about ya Rosie
At every little turn
Oh Rosie, don't forget me now



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