"Tumbleweed" as written by Rhonda Kye Fleming and Dennis W. Morgan....
Tumbleweed, you're living a cowboy's dream
Tumbleweed, freedom is the air you breathe
But if you don't stop long enough
To let yourself fall in love
Tumbleweed, you're gonna end up lonely

You've been riding the range all alone for so long
No one can hold you, the wind is too strong
I'd tell you I love you and ask you to stay
But you're already drifting away

Tumbleweed, you're living a cowboy's dream
Tumbleweed, freedom is the air you breathe
But if you don't stop long enough
To let yourself fall in love
Tumbleweed, you're gonna end up lonely

You won't be broken, you won't be tied down
You drift with the wind barely touching the ground
But late at night out there under the stars
There's an empty place in your arms

Tumbleweed, you're living a cowboy's dream
Tumbleweed, freedom is the air you breathe
But if you don't stop long enough
To let yourself fall in love
Tumbleweed, you're gonna end up lonely

Tumbleweed you're gonna end up lonely
Tumbleweed


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"Tumbleweed" as written by Rhonda Kye Fleming Dennis W. Morgan

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