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Houston

This song is by Dean Martin and appears on the album Houston (1965) and on the album The Great Dean Martin (1993).

Well it's lonesome in this old town
Everybody puts me down
I'm a face without a name
Just walking in the rain
Going back to Houston, Houston, Houston
I've got holes in both of my shoes
Well I'm a walking case of the blues
Saw a dollar yesterday
But the wind blew it away
Going back to Houston, Houston, Houston
I haven't eaten in about a week
I'm so hungry when I walk I squeak
Nobody calls me friend
It's sad the shape I'm in
Going back to Houston, Houston, Houston
I got a girl waiting out for me
Well at least she said she'd be
I got a home and a big warm bed
And a feather pillow for my head
Going back to Houston, Houston, Houston

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