"Tulsa" as written by and Wayne Carson Thompson....
When I left Tulsa
She was still an innocent lady
Lord only knows why she loved a guy like you
She caught me crying and she said
She was having your baby
You turned your back on her
And broke her heart in two
And I swore I'd get you
For what you're putting her through
And the only reason I ain't got you
She begged me not to
Says she loves you

Don't let the sun set on you in Tulsa
Don't let the sun set on you in Tulsa
If that sun goes down on you
There's still hell where you're going down to
Don't let the sun set on you in Tulsa

Now she's the only thing
I've ever really cared for
No she don't deserve this kind of shame (no she don't)
She carries a burden around
That you know you're to blame for
And you just laughed and said, they ain't getting your name
Now you're gonna pay

For what you're putting her through
And the only reason I ain't got you
She begged me not to
Says she loves you
I ain't through with you yet

Don't let the sun set on you in Tulsa
Don't let the sun set on you in Tulsa
If that sun goes down on you
There's still hell where you're going down to
Don't let the sun set on you in Tulsa

You better not let the set on you on Tulsa
'Cause if that sun goes down on you
There's still hell where you're going down to
Don't let the sun set on you in Tulsa

Don't let the sun set on you in Tulsa
Don't let the sun set on you in Tulsa


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"Tulsa" as written by Wayne Carson Thompson

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