"Raylene" as written by and Kevin T Steele....
Well it was Amarillo, Texas
I was dog tired 'n' bone dry
Bucket of bloods' saloon lights
Sure we're a sight for these sore eyes
Inside was some old boy
Playin' pedal steel guitar
And a pretty little thing in rhinestones
Fit for a grand ole opry star

Raylene, Raylene
My little lone star queen
She got a shake just like a rattlesnake
And a bite that's twice as mean
Texan drawl, make a grown man crawl
Oh, Raylene

She said she was from Houston
Run off with the rodeo
Leavin' a trail of broken homes
From Dallas to El Paso
Well she threw me over her saddle
So I knew right from the start
This little queenie's gonna do a two step on my heart


Well if you're ever down in Texas
And you're lookin' to get high
The honkey tonks in the Lone Star state
Are the finest I've ever come by
Well if you see my little Raylene
Won't you give her my best
If you're lucky she just might show you
What they mean by the "Wild West"

[Chorus:Repeat x2]

Yeah, she threw a lasso 'round my love
Oh Raylene

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