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Kathy Mattea

CHORUS: She came from Fort Worth (but) Fort Worth couldn't hold her
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Her dreams were bigger than the Texas sky
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She's got a one-way ticket on the next bus for Boulder
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And it won't take long to say goodbye

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She was workin' at a diner just a week ago
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When a man from Colorado smiled and said hello
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And he turned her head with stories about a cabin in the trees
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Where the wind can sing you love songs beneath snow-capped mountain peaks
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Now she's packed her faded jeans and her favorite cowboy boots
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Left her apron at the diner for someone else to use
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One last look in the mirror at the girl she used to be
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Then the driver takes her ticket and she tries to fall asleep

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And somewhere in the long dark night the snow began to fall
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Oh, the world outside was sparkling white when she heard the driver call
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"Everyone off now for Boulder and have a real nice day"
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He was waitin' on the platform and he raised his hand to wave
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And she offered no resistance as he took her to his cabin
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And that diner in the distance seemed just like it never happened.

repeat chorus then last two lines of chorus

Written by KOLLER, FRED / ALGER, PATRICK
Published by Universal Music Publishing Group

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