"I'm Sorry Huston" as written by and John Cooley Shonna Tucker....
I just met Huston, he was lookin' for your door.
He said he'd like to buy a horse.
I saw he had a map of the county in his hand.
He had your house circled red.
Cherokee is too damn far to come back by and ol' Huston needs a ride.

You just missed Huston, he was lookin' so confused.
I guess he really needed you.
He was old and tired and lookin' for the truth.
I guess ol' Huston's got the blues.
Cherokee is too damn far to go back dry, I promise Huston I'll try.

You ain't givin' up on lookin' for your thing,
Even if you probably should.
I'm sorry Huston. I ain't got what you need
But I promise you I'd help you if I could.

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"I'm Sorry Huston" as written by John Cooley Brad Morgan


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    General CommentI truly hate to fall back on the "rock song is about drugs" thing, but this guy is pretty obviously looking for a fix and knocked on the wrong door and she doesn't have anything to sell him.
    SmellsHomelesson January 23, 2012   Link
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    General Commentno one has commented on this song?! it's incredibly beautiful.
    hotelarizonaon July 25, 2010   Link

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