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I CAN ALMOST SEE HOUSTON FROM HERE (Ray Willis) Freddie Hart - 1976 Bobby Bare - 1980 >From the cold, rocky mountains of Denver I can almost see Houston from here I saw Mary's face in that little snowflake That fell at my feet on the ground And I heard my old friends in that last bitter wind That blew back memories of my hometown I can see the old crowd laughing so loud Lord, I miss all my loved ones so dear >From the cold, rocky mountains of Denver I can almost see Houston from here I came here to build a dream And stayed to watch it die I was meant to fail I guess The Lord knows how I tried With this old thumb I'll get a ride And bid a lonely last goodbye To the cold, rocky mountains of Denver For I can almost see Houston from here And funny how much better I can see without my pride >From the cold, rocky mountains of Denver I can almost see Houston from here (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - June 2012)

    


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