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(Stacy Beyer/Tom Damphier)

I left Houston ‘round two a.m. in the middle of a pourin’ rain
Drove all night to Oklahoma, scared I’d never see you again
I found you in Tulsa, hopin’ you’d agree to come on home with me

I’ve been feelin’ like one lone star lost in the midnight blue
Darlin’ you’re still deep in my heart
And there’s nothin’ I won’t do
But I can’t get back to Texas without you

I never wanted to see the end of those Amarillo summer nights
I’d give anything to hold you again ‘neath the Austin city lights
Say you’ll come back baby, we can find our dreams down in Abilene
I’ve been feelin’ like one lone star lost in the midnight blue
Darlin’ you’re still deep in my heart
And there’s nothin’ I won’t do
But I can’t get back to Texas without you

I’ve been feelin’ like one lone star lost in the midnight blue
Darlin’ you’re still deep in my heart
And there’s nothin’ I won’t do
But I can’t go back to Texas
But I can’t go back to Texas
But I can’t go back to Texas without you
I can’t go back to Texas
I can’t go back to Texas
Without you



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