"Texas Heartache" as written by and Keith/waters Stegall....
I grew up in Texas, when I was seventeen
Gave my heart to a rodeo rider
Best lookin' thing I'd seen
He took as far as Dallas
I'd never been that far before
He told me that he loved me
But he loved his freedom more

There's a heartache, deep in the heart of Texas
There's a yellow rose witherin' on the vine
There's a heartache, deep in the heart of Texas
It takes more than a woman to change a cowboys mind

So I went back to Houston
Thinkin' he'd come home someday
The home is where your heart is
And his is miles away
Some heartaches you get over
And some just a go with time
It takes a place as big as Texas
To hold a heartache big as mine

[chorus x2 to fade]

Lyrics submitted by TheDirge

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