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I'll always remember the first time I saw him
Up in the saddle alone
Riding that pony and racin' the wind
Wherever it would blow
Each night I'd pray for one more day
But his soul was wild and free
It's like tyin' a heart to a tumbleweed

So I'll make a wish beneath the desert moon
His love will blow my way one day soon
Yes I know I should let him go
But I can't deny the need
It's like tyin' a heart to a tumbleweed

I could fashion some fences that might hold him in
But only for a little while
'Cause that restless spirit keeps following him
And I know he's bound to say goodbye
I dream he'll say that he wants to stay
Then he drifts away from me
It's like tyin' a heart to a tumbleweed

So I'll make a wish beneath the desert moon
His love will blow my way one day soon
Yes I know I should let him go
But I can't deny the need
It's like tyin' a heart to a tumbleweed

Tyin' a heart to a tumbleweed



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