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We were half a mile high
On the Ferris Wheel
In our own county fair
I didn't even know we had trouble
Until she told me way up there
That's when my life sarted standin round
And my world came crashin to the ground

Chorus:
The day she left Tulsa..........
In a chevy in a hurry in the pourinn down rain
Where the caution lights flashin in the passin lane
On the bridge I watched our dreams go down the drain.
In a chevy in a hurry in the pourin down rain

And no she wasn't showin yet
But she'd be by Christmas time
But up there like a fool
I took for granted it was mine
She never came out and told me I was wrong
But all of a sudden the light came on
Chorus
I guess she thought the truth would
End up driving me away
But she was wrong
But I never had the chance to say
The day she left Tulsa.........
In a chevy in a hurry in the pourin down rain (2x)
Chorus
In a chevy in a hurry in the pourin down rain (2x)



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