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Kingwood Kowboy Songs of the Kingwood Kowboy (145* d) RE: Great Truckin' Songs! 09 Sep 19


Heartaches And Byways (Larry W. Jones 09/30/2006) (song#4029)

People Iíve seen, roads in between
And here I am again tonight
Sitting on this stool, feeling like a fool
Singing songs of things that arenít right

Songs that Iíve sung, since I was young
That really donít mean a thing
Sometimes I ask why, Iím living this lie
While living the songs that I sing

Heartbreaks and byways, good and bad days
And hearing some lonesome whistle at night
Heading for a show date, slowing on the jake brake
Silver Eagle heading for lights that are bright
Itís heartaches and byways tonight

Tomorrow Iíll be where, thereís fans who will stare
And hopefully cheer at my sound
The byways that Iíve taken, are long and forsaken
But there ainít no turning around

Heartbreaks and byways, good and bad days
And hearing some lonesome whistle at night
Heading for a show date, slowing on the jake brake
Silver Eagle heading for lights that are bright
Itís heartaches and byways tonight

Heartbreaks and byways, good and bad days
And hearing some lonesome whistle at night
Heading for a show date, slowing on the jake brake
Silver Eagle heading for lights that are bright
Itís heartaches and byways tonight

Kingwood Kowboy


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