"Lone Star State of Mind" as written by Patrick Alger, Eugene Albert Levine and Fred Koller....
Your phone call took me by surprise
Gee its been a long, long time
Since those hot and humid Texas nights
We went swimmin' in the tide
Corpus Cristi seems so far away
And I'm not talkin' 'bout the miles
There ain't much I wouldn't give today
Just to see one of your smiles

But I'm stuck here in Denver
Sippin' California wine
And I've got all night to remember you
I'm in a lone star state of mind

I just saw John Wayne on the late, late show
He saved the girl and rode away
But I was hopin' as the credits rolled
He'd make it back to her some day

An' its a thousand miles or more
From here to your front door
Oh, I'd be there tomorrow if I had my way
Well, I'd jus' pack up my guitar
You know its really not that far
And when you called you said I'd have a place to stay


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"Lone Star State of Mind" as written by Fred Koller Eugene Albert Levine

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