"Troubadour [Continued]" as written by Leslie Satcher and Monty Holmes....
I still feel 25
Most of the time
I still raise a little Cain with the boys
Honky Tonks and pretty women
But Lord I'm still right there with'em
Singing above the crowd and the noise

Sometimes I feel like Jesse James
Still trying to make a name
Knowing nothing's gonna change
What I am
I was a young troubador
When I wrote in on a song
And I'll be an old troubador
When I'm gone

Well the truth about a mirror
Is that a damn old mirror
Don't really tell the whole truth
It don't show what's deep inside
Or read between the lines
And it's really no reflection of my youth

Sometimes I feel like Jesse James
Still trying to make a name
Knowing nothing's gonna change
What I am
I was a young troubador
When I wrote in on a song
And I'll be an old troubador
When I'm gone

I was a young troubador
When I wrote in on a song
And I'll be an old troubador
When I'm gone
I'll be an old troubador
When I'm gone


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"Troubadour" as written by Leslie Winn Satcher Monty Holmes

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