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Home To Texas lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good country song recorded by Johnny Bush.
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Home To Texas Recorded by Johnny Bush Written by David Hurd
C You can keep the house and the money honey both cars
Now you're free to spend your nights Dm G7 In all your favorite bars C F Fm I'm no longer angry I'm just telling you the facts C A7 D7 G7 C I ain't going crazy baby I'm just going back
F C Home to Texas like a rolling stone Dm G7 I found out the hard way that my house is not my home F C Back to Texas and the other life I've known G7 C Back in Texas I was never alone
I've spent six years trying to live up to your dreams Dm G7 Trying to keep you happy there way beyond my means C F Fm The party is finally over and all my bags are packed C A7 I'll leave you with the things you love D7 G7 C Right now I'm going back
F C Home to Texas like a rolling stone Dm G7 Someone else can take my place here in the twilight zone F C Back to Texas and the other life I've known G7 C Back in Texas I was never alone
There's 4.2 million people in these cities by the bay Dm G7 Just one fool too many every minute that I stay C F Fm That's why I'm going somewhere I don't have to act C A7 D7 G7 C Like somebody I can't be and that's why I'm going back
F C Home to Texas like a rolling stone Dm G7 Right back to Texicallie I'll do much party bowl F C Back to Texas and the other life I've known G7 C Back in Texas I was never alone G7 C No back in Texas I was never alone
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