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Latest revision as of 02:51, 10 December 2013

West Texas Woman - Whistlin' Alex Moore

I met a woman in West Texas, she had been left out there all alone
I met a woman in West Texas, she had been left out there all alone
Out by the hooking cow crossing, where I wasn't even known

She fell for me a raggedy stranger standing in the drizzling rain
She fell for me a raggedy stranger standing in the drizzling rain
She said "Daddy I'll follow you though I don't know your name"

We snugged close together, muddy water 'round our feet
We snugged close together, muddy water 'round our feet
No place to call home, wet, hungry, an' no place to eat

She said "I care for you daddy, but I love no man better 'n I do myself"
She said "I care for you daddy, but I love no man better 'n I do myself"
"But I have a mind to care, a heart to love like anyone else"

The wolves howled 'til midnight, wild ox moaned 'til day
The wolves howled 'til midnight, wild ox moaned 'til day
The man in the moon looked down on us but had nothing to say

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