Highway Kind – Lyle Lovett

They only come to leave But the leaving I don’t mind It’s the coming that I crave Pour the sun upon the ground Stand to throw a shadow Watch

I Married Her Just Because She Looks Like You – Lyle Lovett

You know I’ll always love you It’s not the words I wish that I could stay It’s more the way your lips looked As you spoke them And how

Just The Morning – Lyle Lovett

Whisper to me that you want me Arms around me Whisper to me that you want me There’s nothing here to be afraid of It’s just the morning Stop

Ain’t No More Cane – Lyle Lovett

Ain’t no more cane on the Brazos Oh, oh, oh, oh… Its all been ground down to molasses Oh, oh – oh, oh – oh… You shoulda been on

Moritat – Lyle Lovett

As performed by Lyle Lovett for the film Quiz Show: See the shark with teeth like razors You can read his open face And Macheath, he’s got a knife,

Cute As A Bug – Lyle Lovett

Highway 45 A sun-drunk redneck Barely left me alive That’s when I saw her Singin’ and laughin’ Tryin’ to pass me In a Volkswagen She’s as cute as a

Black and Blue – Lyle Lovett

You check the TV guide And pray the black and white Can keep you satisfied She had yellow hair She had high-heel shoes She red the whole affair And

Promises – Lyle Lovett

And promises broken Words stain my lips Just like blood on my hands And words are like poison That sinks down inside you And some things you do You

Creeps Like Me – Lyle Lovett

On my finger On my finger She had a tooth of gold And just before she died She said son You can have my tooth But do I Really

I’ve Been to Memphis – Lyle Lovett

In a coffee cup Waitress please I’ve had enough Lord I can’t believe what I see How could you be alone When you could sit right here beside me

Stand By Your Man – Lyle Lovett

Giving all your love to just one man You’ll have bad times and he’ll have good times Doing things that you don’t understand But if you love him please

Since the Last Time – Lyle Lovett

Lord it made me happy Seeing all those people I ain’t seen Since the last time Somebody died Everybody talking They were telling funny stories Saying all those things

The Waltzing Fool – Lyle Lovett

He’s got lights in his fingers The waltzing fool He just don’t never say The waltzing fool He keeps his hands in his pockets And waltzes the evening away

I’ve Had Enough – Lyle Lovett

Of words and games I don’t think I know you I can’t forget your name Your eyes are clear The way is strange The light’s in the hallway If

You’ve Got A Friend In Me – Lyle Lovett

You’ve got a friend in me When the road looks rough ahead And you’re miles and miles From your nice warm bed You just remember what your old pal

Why I Don’t Know – Lyle Lovett

Was it the caviar Was it her airplane Was it her daddy’s car Was it the new thing With all the dough Why I don’t know I just had

It Ought To Be Easier – Lyle Lovett

Tell your daddy I tried Tell them I wish that I could explain The way that I’m feeling See the sun comes up on the pavement The pavement it

Teach Me About Love – Lyle Lovett

Tryin’ to teach me a lesson Thinkin’ you’ll come back to a better man If you don’t like the way things go Just stay here and tell me so

The Road To Ensenada – Lyle Lovett

Viva Mexico My eyes just won’t stay open And I dream a dream of home I dream a dream of home Where there’s coffee on the table And kindness

Who Loves You Better – Lyle Lovett

Stale lives left by someone else White lies I wish I could tell you And questions I ask of myself Why do I do the things that make me