"Cold Lonesome Wind" as written by and Wayne Hancock....
It's after two and it just stared to rain
The wind is blowing like an old freight train
A distant thunder stirs me from my bed
And all those longing memories
That I once thought were dead

Cold lonesome wind
Take me back home
Back to the country where I belong
Help me relive those days again
Take me back home
Cold lonesome wind

My dad made sure we never missed a meal
He worked those hours long and hard
To keep up on the bills
My mother she meant everything to him
And it's nights like this that really start me
Missing both of them

Cold lonesome wind
Take me back home
Back to the country where I belong
Help me relive those days again
Take me back home
Cold lonesome wind

The years have passed and we've all moved away
In spite of everything that's gone we're all doing okay
But on certain lonesome stormy nights
I can still be found
Searching through the memories of that little oil town


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"Cold Lonesome Wind" as written by Wayne Hancock

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