"I'll Be Your San Antone Rose" as written by and Susanna Wallis Clark....
If they'll play another love song
And if that Miller High Life sign stays dim
And if you'll keep my glass full of whiskey
I'll whisper words I wish I'd said to him
Just ask me to dance all the slow ones
Hold me close and take me 'cross the floor
I'll gently lay my head on your shoulder
And pretend this never happened before

I don't want to hear a sad story
We both already know how it goes
But if, tonight, you'll be my tall dark stranger
I'll be your San Antone rose

Well, I wish I could tell you I love you
I wish that he weren't always on my mind
If wishes were fast trains to Texas
Oh, I'd ride and I'd ride; how I'd ride

I don't want to hear a sad story
We both already know how it goes
But if, tonight, you'll be my tall dark stranger
I'll be your San Antone rose

I'll be your San Antone rose


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"I'll Be Your San Antone Rose" as written by Susanna Wallis Clark

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