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(Tony Martin/Mark Narmore)

I could think of a million reasons
That would help explain her leavin'
Say she need time alone
Just a standard case of restless
Or feelin' homesick for her Texas
But I'm the one that made her go
Even though

I didn't fill up her old pickup truck
Didn't pack her things or start it up
Didn't back it out the drive or gun the gas
I didn't steer the wheel all though the night
As that Chevy flew 'cross three state lines
Didn't do one ting to guide that ol' half-ton
Oh but I'm the one that drove her to Dallas

Lookin' back on how I've done her
I think about it
It's no wonder
Just why she'd leave Tennessee
The way I let her leave here cryin'
I might as well have done the drivin'
There's no one here to blame but me
Even though

I didn't fill up her old pickup truck
Didn't pack her things or start it up
Didn't back it out the drive or gun the gas
I didn't steer the wheel all though the night
As that Chevy flew 'cross three state lines
Didn't do one ting to guide that ol' half-ton
Oh but I'm the one that drove her to Dallas



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