"Houston, TX" as written by and John Mcauley....
I'll walk with the moon tonight
And cut through the air with a curse like a knife
And it can float around and I can do what I like
There's no good place in town but I feel alright
I ain't gonna talk like your sweetheart, no
I'm through messing around
And I ain't gonna talk like your sweetheart, no
I'm through always letting you down
There's nothing left and I am sure that it's a sign
That maybe I'm about as good as gone
I know it's best that in this empty heart of mine
Is where I'll begin to moving on
Oh, move on
I fit right on the face of the earth
So inane and soar
And I took it all for what it was worth
Cause it's not worth a penny more
Not anymore
And I ain't gonna talk like a gentleman, no
I'm thorough always chasing you around
I ain't gonna talk like a gentleman, no
I'm sick of always letting myself down
There's nothing left and I am sure that it's alright
And I was always just about as good as gone
And I know it's best that in this broken heart
Of mine is where I'll begin to moving on
Oh, move on


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"Houston Tx" as written by John Joseph Mccauley Iii

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    General CommentThough I don't know what it's about, it reminds me of the feeling of visiting my old hometown which I can't stand, yet somehow being enamored with the nostalgia of the place to the point where I couldn't be any happier in that moment in being there.
    Anilandon July 11, 2011   Link
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    General CommentSounds like he and his girl split. He's done being the good guy. Nice guys finish last.
    MarcusHon December 13, 2011   Link

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