Texas Sky
The Sudden Passion Lyrics


Well it must have been the summer of '99,
My dreams were as big as a Texas sky,
By the time I woke up I was hardly alive,
Seven years later with a thorn in my side,

It was better than I'm ever gonna remember,
It was hard to stay faithful I was so impure,
Singing "just remember where this train has been,
Next time you want to jump those tracks again."
Some men they stay out all night long,
And some prefer to drink alone,
My hearts set on that open road,
I just can't stay here no more,

And I think, yeah I really think I've heard 'em all,
Gonna do what it takes to keep them singing along,
You're going to ride that train 'till the money's all gone,
Make friends every night you're gonna lose 'em by dawn,

I live fast,
But I did not die young,
I felt the backlash of all them things I've done,
Through all of these mistakes, I still wouldn't change a damn thing.

Well it must have been the summer of '99,
My dreams were as big as a Texas sky,
By the time I woke up I was hardly alive,
Seven years later with a thorn in my side,
And it gets my heart
I sold my soul,
I been burned up by the ones I love,
But hey, that's life keep moving on,
You're going to ride that train 'till the money's all gone.

I live fast,
But I did not die young,
I felt the backlash of all them things I've done,
Through all of these mistakes, I still wouldn't change a damn thing.

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