"You're the Reason God Made Oklahoma" as written by Larry Collins and James Sanford Jr. Pinkard....
There's a full moon over Tulsa,
I hope that it's shining on you.
The nights are getting cold,
In Cherokee County.

There's a Blue Norther passing through.
I remember green eyes and a ranchers daughter.
But remember is all that I do.
Losing you left a pretty good cowboy,

With nothing to hold on to.
Sundown came and I drove to town,
And drank a drink or two.
You're the reason God made Oklahoma,
You're the reason God made Oklahoma.

And I'm sure missing you,
I'm sure missing you.
Here the city lights out shine the moon
I was just now thinking of you.

Sometimes when the wind blows you can
See the mountains,
And all the way to Malibu.
Everyone's a star here in L.A. County,

You ought to see the things that they do
All the cowboys down on the Sunset Strip
Wish that they could be like you.
The Santa Monica Freeway,

Sometimes makes a country girl blue
You're the reason God made Oklahoma,
You're the reason God made Oklahoma.
And I'm sure missing you.

I work 10 hours on a John Deere tractor,
Just thinking of you all day.
I've got a calico cat and a 2 room flat,
On a street in West L.A.

You're the reason God made Oklahoma,
You're the reason God made Oklahoma.
And I'm sure missing you,
I'm sure missing you.


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"You're the Reason God Made Oklahoma" as written by Larry Collins, James Sanford Jr. Pinkard

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    General CommentIt can be either an insult or a compliment,depending
    upon how ya look at it...
    emuInAmuumuuon June 30, 2012   Link

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