"Heaven, Hell or Houston" as written by and Joe Michael Hill Billy F Gibbons....
Surprised?
Yes, it's me again
I have just returned from the island of Chandelier
What am I doing in town?
Well, I'm glad you asked
I'm just passing through in search of the ever elusive Thunderbird

I got a job as a public relations man
Passing out handbills on Austin Street
Merely an effort to improve my financial situation
And ward off a case of the D.T.'s

So farewell, my darling
Perhaps we'll meet again
On some sin-infested street corner in Houston Texas



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"Heaven, Hell Or Houston" as written by Dusty Hill Billy Gibbons

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