"The Low Lights of Town " as written by and Butch Hancock....
The men and the boys,
You tried 'em all on for size
Even went out with the sheriff on his rounds
But he only caught a glimpse of the glow in your eyes
Looking back on the low lights of town

I walk from your room
To the edge of the road
Flick of the wrist and you flagged a man down
Little did you care.
Little did he know
As you left the low lights of town

You shifted gears
You moved through the mist
With the sad summer sun going down
And you rode down the road
And you stopped for a kiss
And looked back at the low lights of town

One moment of madness
One mistake made
With the man in the moon looking down
And the man in your arms
Another face that would fade
Looking back on the low lights of town

It felt like forever
The first time you wore pearls
They weren't stolen, you said
They were found
But the magic and the mystery
At the moment was all yours
Looking back on the low lights of town

One moment of madness
One mistake made
With the man in the moon looking down
And the man in your arms
Another face that would fade
Looking back on the low lights of town


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