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Rain drippin' off the brim of my hat it sure is cold today
Here I am walkin' down 66 wish she hadn't done me that way
Sleepin' under a table in a roadside park why a man could wake up dead
But it sure seems warmer than it did sleeping in our king size bed.

Is anybody going to San Antone
Or Phoenix, Arizona?
Anyplace is all right as long as I
Can forget I've ever known her.

Wind whippin' down the neck like I ain't got nothing on
But I'd rather fight the wind and rain than what I've been fighting at home
Yonder comes a truck with the US mail people writin' letters back home
Tomorrow she'll probably want me back but I'll still be just as gone.

Is anybody going to San Antone
Or Fargo, North Dakota?
Anyplace is all right as long as I
Can forget I've ever known her.

Is anybody going to San Antone
Or Phoenix, Arizona?
Anyplace is all right as long as I
Can forget I've ever known her...



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