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LAST DANCE AT THE OLD TEXAS MOON (Bob McDill) Bobby Bare - 1975 Here I am on the fender of my pickup truck With a bottle of whiskey and a styrofoam cup The stars are like diamonds, God, ain’t it hot Sittin' out in this oyster shell parking lot Oh, the music is playin' soft in the night And the shadows are swayin' in the fluorescent light But the last note is fading a moment too soon It’s the last dance at the Old Texas Moon There ain't nothin' to do in this one horse town Except drinkin' beer and drivin' around Oh, they've all moved to Dallas, all except me God help a cowboy when he turns thirty-three Oh, the music is playin' soft in the night And the shadows are swayin' in the fluorescent light But the last note is fading a moment too soon It’s the last dance at the Old Texas Moon That's all there is for the Old Texas Moon (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - August 2012)

    


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