DOES THE WIND STILL BLOW IN OKLAHOMA LYRICS
by REBA MCENTIRE
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L.A.'s a fast horse Daddy, everybody rides. I'm sorry I haven't called home lately, out here time flies. I met a boy a few weeks back, he plays in a band. He's a whole lot like you Daddy you're gonna like him, he's a good man. At times lonely sneaks upon me, but I'm gettin' by, yea I know what you've always told me, cowgirls don't cry.
Does the wind still blow in Oklahoma? Out here the Hollywood stars, sure shine bright. It's such a long way from home here in Califonia, missin' you and that blue, wide, open sky.
Out here it's all freeways, fast cars, and cold concrete. You won't believe all the crazy people, valley girls, sunset freaks. I met a girl you're gonna like her Mama, she has your hair. Red as that taeliquah sunset, sings like an angel I swear. I can't say that I don't get lonesome, but I'm alright. Cowboys kinda go with homesick like blue moons and whipporwhile nights.
Ronnie Dunn: Don't forget me in your prayers tonight.
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