"Texas" as written by Laura Bell Bundy and Larson Paine....
You came from Austin to LA
To work a job I know you hate --
To feel so lost and far away from home.
When the day is done, you're dead on your feet,
And the ends that never seem to meet
Have got you living close to the bone.
Yeah, Baby you look stressed, you need a little rest.
But I can chase your troubles away.

Chorus:
Lie back, think of Texas, and you'll be fine.
Lie back, relax, and unwind.
Just put yourself in my hands,
And I'll ease your worried mind
Just lie back and think of Texas, and you'll be fine.

Just think of the sate and the people you love,
And the Lonestar shinin' down from above
On the only place you truly do belong.
Someday you'll be livin' free as a bird,
Where seldom is heard a discouraging a word,
And every jukebox plays your favorite song.
So grab yourself a beer, come on over here.
Let me love your troubles away...
(Repeat Chorus)

Well, I know how hard it can get,
Oh, but, Baby, we ain't licked yet.
And after everything we've been through,
All our dreams will come true.

So, lie back, think of Texas, and you'll be fine
Lie back, think of Texas and unwind.
Oh, Just put yourself in my hands,
Baby, I'm gonna blow your mind.
So, lie back and think of Texas and you'll be fine.
Lie back and think of Texas and you'll be fine.
So Fine ...

Ooh, Ooh, Ooh, Ooh, Texas
(repeat)


Lyrics submitted by LMB228

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