"The Bluest Eyes In Texas" as written by and Dave/dubois Robbins....
The lonesome Texas sun was setting low
And in the rearview mirror I watched it go
I can still see the wind in her golden hair
I close my eyes for a moment, I'm still here

The bluest eyes in Texas
Are haunting me tonight
Like the stars that fill
The midnight sky
Her memory fills my mind
(Where did I go wrong?)
Did I wait too long
Or can I make it right?
The bluest eyes in Texas (the bluest eyes)
Are haunting me tonight

Another town, another hotel room
Another dream that ended way too soon
Left me lonely way before the dawn
Searching for the strength to carry on

The bluest eyes in Texas
Are haunting me tonight
Like the stars that fill
The midnight sky
Her memory fills my mind
(Where did I go wrong?)
Did I wait too long
Or can I make it right?
The bluest eyes in Texas (the bluest eyes)
Are haunting me tonight, tonight

For every heart you break
You pay the price
But I can't forget the tears
In her blue eyes

The bluest eyes in Texas
Are haunting me tonight
Like the stars that fill
The midnight sky
Her memory fills my mind
(Where did I go wrong)
Did I wait too long
Or can I make it right?
The bluest eyes in Texas (the bluest eyes)
Are haunting me tonight, tonight

The bluest eyes in Texas
Are haunting me tonight
The bluest eyes, the bluest eyes
Are haunting me
The bluest eyes tonight


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"The Bluest Eyes in Texas" as written by Tim J. Dubois Dave Robbins

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