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Allison Miranda Recorded by Garth Brooks Written by Danny Roberts, Bobby Wood, Garth Brooks
C F On a two lane north of Casper is where this all begins C G7 Heading back to Oklahoma for a week to visit friends C F She was walking 'long the highway so I pulled off to the side C F G7 And asked her if she needed a ride
C F We tore up that ol' blacktop till we found 1-25 C G7 And just into Colorado she asked if she could drive C F I'd never met nobody like her I'd never laughed so much Dm C F G7 And I grew hungry for her touch
F C I used to think of autumn as sweaters and leaves G7 And I used to think the night C Was just for dreamers and thieves F Am But that was before she came Dm Em F G7 Allison Miranda was her name
C F By the time that we hit Kansas we both felt pretty beat C G7 So we found ourselves a motel and grabbed a bite to eat C F We'd rest a few short hours soon we'd be out of there Dm C F G7 Three days later we came up for air
C F Now I can't forget the morning when I woke alone in bed C G7 To a rose left on her pillow and a goodbye note that read C F You cannot grow a flower if you do not have the seed C F G7 Now I've got everything I need
F C I used to think of autumn as sweaters and leaves G7 And I used to think the night C Was just for dreamers and thieves F Am But that was before she came Dm Em F G7 C Allison Mirand--a was her name
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