"Oklahoma-Texas Line" as written by Gary Levox, Jay Demarcus and Joe Don Rooney....
Got an old dog, it don't like me much
That thing starts to bark his head off every time we touch
Sittin' on the porch listenin' to the radio
We sing every single song we know

Even the ones we don't
When she moves a little closer
She puts her hand in mine
Oh what I wouldn't give to stop the hands of time

She's got long blonde hair and deep big eyes
I got all I ever need when at girl is by my side
Everything I love is there inside
A little brick house on the Oklahoma-Texas Line

She's got a part time job at the Tastee-freeze
She took the weekend off to spend a little bit of time with me
I got an old car we drove to the edge of town
We stopped by old man Millers' farm
Just to watch the world spin around

And she moves a little closer
She puts her lips to mine
Ain't funny how the good Lord out does himself sometimes

She's got long blonde hair and deep big eyes
I got all I ever need when at girl is by my side
Everything I love is there inside
A little brick house on the Oklahoma-Texas Line

Everything I love is there inside
A little brick house with a black top drive
Big oak tree with our names carved on the side

She's got long blonde hair and deep big eyes
I got all I ever need when at girl is by my side
Everything I love is there inside
A little brick house on the Oklahoma-Texas Line

Oh here they come
Long blonde hair and deep big eyes
Everything I love


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"Oklahoma-Texas Line" as written by Jay Demarcus Gary Levox

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