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HOUSTON (Lee Hazlewood) Dean Martin - 1965 Sanford Clark - 1965 Flatt & Scruggs - 1965 Bobby Bare - 1966 Lee Hazlewood - 1966 Claude Gray - 1968 Well it's lonesome in this old town Everybody puts me down I'm a face without a name Just walking in the rain Goin' back to Houston, Houston, Houston I 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 Goin' 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 Goin' back to Houston, Houston, Houston Goin' back to Houston, Houston, Houston I got a girl waiting there 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 Goin' back to Houston, Houston, Houston Well it's lonesome in this old town Everybody put me down I'm a face without a name Just walking in the rain Goin' back to Houston, Houston, Houston (Contributed by Francois Botha - September 2011)

    


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