"Snowqueen of Texas" as written by and John Edmund Andrew Phillips....
Snowqueen of Texas
Left Paris in a cloud of smoke
They say that she may be beaten,
But I know that she's not broke
She's living in a cool green farmhouse
If you go to Houston,
Be quiet as a mouse.

Met a man in (?)
Having her name tattooed on his arm.
(Ooh, a Deborah forever)
Boots of Spanish leather,
I never meant you any harm
I'm on my knees, your majesty
Snowqueen, save a cold kiss of me
I'm on my knees your majesty
Snowqueen of Texas.

Left Paris in a cloud of smoke
They say that she may be beaten
But I know that she's not broke
She's living in a cool green farmhouse
If you go to Houston,
Be quiet as a mouse.

She's mending a fairy tale
Reading her heart
(Ooh, a Deborah forever)
That's a good motto
For some jokeman's card
I'm on my knees, your majesty
Snowqueen, save a cold kiss of me
(I'm on my knees your majesty)
I'm on my knees your majesty
(I'm on my knees your majesty)
I'm on my knees your majesty
(I'm on my knees your majesty)
Snowqueen...
Save a cold kiss for me.


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"Snowqueen of Texas" as written by John Edmund Andrew Phillips

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