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Johnathan East - Border Town lyrics

Sun's going down on the border tonight
She's got that red dress on
It's been a while now since I've held her tight
And I still can't believe she's gone.

Well, I worked them oil rigs for three years straight
And I reckon I made pretty fair pay
She poured drinks at a roadhouse bar
And she never had a lot to say
So late one evening after she got off
We took a ride to the edge of town
On the hood of my car ?neath the desert sky
Yeah, we laid a little lovin' down
Yeah, we laid a little lovin' down.

(Chorus)
Oh girl, you're one of a kind
Stole my heart on that Texas line
Never had nothing, spin my head around
Like the love I had, in a border town.

Well her smile was brighter than the desert stars
And her legs, they were golden tan
Those big brown eyes seemed to make me feel
Like she never would have hurt a man
And every evening, she'd swear to me that someday we
would both ride out
And I hung on tight to every word she said
Guess I never had a reason to doubt
No, I never had a reason to doubt.

(Repeat Chorus)

Got off one night and I stopped by
And they said she had ran away
With some young man from New Mexico
Who had just got to town that day

Now every evening, I sit right here
And I drink my tequila down.

Hoping someday, she'll think about me
And come back to this old border town
Yeah, get back to this old border town.

(Repeat Chorus)

Sun's going down on the border tonight
She's got that red dress on
It's been a while now since I've held her tight
And I still can't believe she's gone.

Oh girl.

Oh, in a border town.
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