"Texas Size Heartache" as written by Lonnie Wilson and Zack Turner....
A little Miss Dynamite just blew my world away.
It was a pitiful sight, me begging her to stay.
I never had a hunch, so how was I to know
That she packed a punch that knocked my heart out cold?

She put a hurtin' on this old cowboy,
Broke my heart like a little play toy,
Brought me to my knees from ten feet tall.
The night she left me in Amarillo
I cried crocodile tears in my pillow.
The bigger they are, the harder they fall.
How could a blue-eyed beauty only five-foot-three
Lay a Texas size heartache on me?

She came across so cool I didn't think that I'd get burned.
Now I'm a big ol' fool with a leaving lesson learned.
I thought I was strong like old Hercules,
But she proved me wrong with her little see'est la vie!

She put a hurtin' on this old cowboy,
Broke my heart like a little play toy,
Brought me to my knees from ten feet tall.
The night she left me in Amarillo
I cried crocodile tears in my pillow.
The bigger they are, the harder they fall.
How could a blue-eyed beauty only five-foot-three
Lay a Texas size heartache on me?

How could a blue-eyed beauty only five-foot-three
Lay a Texas size heartache on me?


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"Texas Size Heartache" as written by Zack Turner Lonnie Wilson

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