Songs of the GEORGE STRAIT

Heartbroke – George Strait

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Or the bitter direction of impending good-byes I’ve followed and folded, I’m wilted in place At the sight of you standing with streaks down your face With your heart

Texas Cookin’ – George Strait

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Ease on down to San Antone Get that bar-b-que and chili Eat my fill then come back home I’m gonna take my baby with me We gonna have a

Heartland – George Strait

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You’re listening to the sound of the American heart. And Opry music on a Saturday night Brings a smile to your face and a tear to your eye.

Why’d You Go And Break My Heart – George Strait

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A fallin’ in love is all my idea Others warned me about the broken hearts You left behind Now why’d you have to go and prove em right Now

Everytime You Throw Dirt On Her (You Lose A Little Ground) – George Strait

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To Laugh at Her Expense And Point out Each Mistake She Makes In Front of All Your Friends You Figure She’ll Let it Go by Cause She Loves You

Carrying Your Love With Me – George Strait

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And everything I own don’t fill up half. But don’t you worry ’bout the way I pack. All I care about is getting back real soon. A goodbye kiss

Milk Cow Blues – George Strait

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I can tell my milk cow, I can tell by the way she lows If you see my milk cow, please drive her on home ‘Cause I ain’t had

Our Paths May Never Cross – George Strait

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Like me your feeling lost Maybe right now we both need each other But our paths may never cross People like us never find each other Love is our

Don’t Mind If I Do – George Strait

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Perfect night for stayin’ in Lookin’ at you I don’t doubt that it’s true And did I hear you say Baby put on a smile Kick your shoes off

Somewhere Down In Texas – George Strait

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I been on the road now dang near all my life… An’ I do love to sing a song. I can say I’ve worked hard, put in my time…

The Best Day – George Strait

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with a tent, a Coleman and sleepin’ bags. Some fishin’ poles, a cooler of Cokes, three days before we had to be back. When you’re seven you’re in seventh

Remember The Alamo – George Strait

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And I was your one lone star We always said Together till death do us part We had a love bigger than Texas Where is that feeling now It’s

Her Goodbye Hit Me In The Heart – George Strait

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Who could bring me down I’ve walked away from the toughest of towns But her last words tore me apart Her good bye hit me in the heart Her

Baby’s Gotten Good At Goodbye – George Strait

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I still can’t believe she’d leave so easily. She just got all her things, threw ’em into a pile, Then she loaded her car and said after a while,

Someone’s Walkin’ Around Upstairs – George Strait

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I can hear him And he just got up from sleepin’ in our bed And I’ll wake and realize I was dreamin’ But even when I’m stoned awake I

Beyond The Blue Neon – George Strait

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A heartache drowns as the whiskey pours There’s a hole in the wall from some free for all The ringin’ crack of that old cue ball I’ve been fallin’

Meanwhile – George Strait

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We walk together to a table for two Every man stares but her eyes are only for me We take to the dance floor, she squeezes my hand I

Hot Burning Flames – George Strait

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I couldn’t feel a thing A walkin’ talkin’ statue Afraid to love again She did everything to kill a flame But a little spark got through She’d of got

You Look So Good In Love – George Strait

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That flush on your cheeks is more than the wine. And he must do something that I didn’t do. Whatever he’s doing, it looks good on you. You

Tell Me Something Bad About Tulsa – George Strait

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When everything is fine But when it is like hers and mine It lives and dies at least Ten Thousand Times Tell me something bad about Tulsa How

Noel Leon – George Strait

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It’s somethin’ different about our town We’ve often wondered why he never takes ’em down But Leon leaves his Christmas lights up all year ’round There’s a big bright

The Chill Of An Early Fall – George Strait

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And way down deep inside me something died When he came ’round to see her that way. Here it comes again, that same old chilly wind Will blow like

Haven’t You Heard – George Strait

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Haven’t you heard Daddy’s gone crazy Haven’t you heard momma is gone Here I stand with my finger on his door bell My mind goes back to what I

If You Can Do Anything Else – George Strait

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Or maybe Pensacola, where the sun shines all year ’round Or even New York City, where the city never sleeps I’m offering you the option before you get in

Fifteen Years Going Up (And One Night Coming Down) – George Strait

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We climbed by work and will From a simple two room cottage To a mansion on the hill Now there’s rose in the garden But it’s the coldest place

Oh Me, Oh My Sweet Baby – George Strait

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Oh me oh my sweet baby said goodbye. Oh no one else could take her place in my life. Ooh we had something good, so tell me why she

Come On Joe – George Strait

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And the stars are shining kinda extra bright Sitting on the back porch glidin’ Whetting my appetite Well, I’m a six-pack high And start missing the light of my

Without You Here – George Strait

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For a two week Caribbean cruise Our first time apart In ten years of marriage She said I’m already missin’ you She called me from Nassau Ships first port

Hollywood Squares – George Strait

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And now I’m payin’ the price My weakness for beautiful women Is my most expensive vice I still believe in matrimony But I can’t afford another try Child support

Better Rain – George Strait

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Rainin’ the blues on you Like it’s never gonna end on you And all your dreams like leaves in the gutter go floatin’ b No, baby, I don’t know