"Fix Your Hair the Way You Used To" as written by and Bill Morrissey....
Fix your hair the way you used to
Pull it back and let me know
that you're the same girl I met
on that warm night back in Tupelo
There ain't no wind in this town
There's no one around that we might know
Fix your hair the way you used to
one last time before you go

Well, dreams come running up so fast
and they always leave so slow
I feel from present down to past with you
How it happened I don't know
I'm not pleading or complaining
I'm just wondering if you're leaving friend or foe
Fix your hair the way you used to
one last time before you go

(Refrain:)
Hey, we had us a ride
but all rides come to an end
And I never question why
or say because
And you can say goodbye
and I'll say once again
Just let me see my world
the way it was

I've called down to the front desk
and they've held a cab for you
And I've just got this last request
It's such an easy thing to do
I just want to see the girl
who once gave me her heart and let it show
Fix your hair the way you used to
one last time before you go




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"Fix Your Hair the Way You Used To" as written by Bill Morrissey

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