I found a woman in Texas,
Who liked what she saw in me
Yeah, I found a lady,
Who figures that maybe,
There might be a chance for me
Who lady who,
Is showing me the things
True love can do

She's a woman I love her,
I put none above her,
She's right for me
And none of the others,
Could ever discover,
What lifts me when I'm feeling blue
She knows my moods,
Her love is true blue,
And she loves me too

Yea, I found a woman in Texas, makes all that I do worthwhile
I found a lady, a little bit crazy, enough to just make me smile
Who lady who,
Is into the little things I like to do
She can roll with the punches,
She follows her hunches,
She bets 'em too
She's off to the races, loves tropical places
And little bits of snow are cool
She loves foreign cars and small smoky bars, and she loves me too

And I found a woman in Texas, who's strong when she comes to me
Yea, I found a lady who's never too lazy
To give me little things I need
Who lady who can get her hands little dirty too
She can rock me and roll me,
Then love me, console me, she can cuss me too
Her friends know she's honest,
She's loyal and modest,
She knows the proper things to do
She's nobody's fool,
She plays by the rules,
Ah, she loves me too
She's a lady

Yea, I found a woman in Texas, who's now such a part of my life
Yea, I found a lady, who carried our babies and pointed the way for our lives
Who lady who, gets me to do the things that I should do
She's the love of my life, she's a friend, she's my wife,
She?s the song I sing
You may not buy it, but you can't deny it,
That my life's changed in front of you
The women I've found has turned me around,
And she loves me too
I found a woman in Texas,
A Texas lady that won my heart

Lyrics submitted by ButNeverOutgunned

"Woman in Texas" as written by Jerry Jeff Walker

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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