Gone But Not Forgotten
Asleep At The Wheel Lyrics


As a younger man, I moved up to Alaska
To bring that all down from Prudhoe Bay
Made so much money, I could′ve bought Nebraska
Instead, I've whiskey, the other half on women
The other half well, I just blew away

Well, it′s gone but not forgotten
I've shed some tears but I've no regrets
Well, I think about that money often
Lord, it might be gone but not forgotten yet

Had a shrimple by the name of Poliana
Spent more time on the sea than on the shore
′Til the storm blew me up on the coast of Louisiana
When it rained and thunder, capsized and went under
There is no Poliana anymore

Well, it′s gone but not forgotten
I've shed some tears but I′ve no regrets
I think about ol' Poliana often
Lord, she may be gone but not forgotten yet

Lord, the lovely señorita from El Casso
Had to lasso her and she was quite a catch
Well, I showered her with hugs and kisses, still she ran away
So I bring her from her walking and all that women talking
Was never to count my chicken before they hatch

Well, she′s gone but not forgotten
I've shed some tears but I′ve no regrets
Well, I think about that woman often
Lord, she may be gone but not forgotten yet

Well, she's gone but not forgotten
I've shed some tears but I′ve no regrets
Well, I think about that woman often
Lord, she may be gone but not forgotten yet
Lord, she may be gone but not forgotten yet

Writer(s): Knobloch James Frederick, Miller Daniel Scott

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