From the album Leslie Tom

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Lyrics

By: Leslie Alexander, Linda Koehl© Paffe Music Co (BMI) Milagritos Music (ASCAP)

I don’t want your mansion on a hill
I don’t like this kind of livin’
Why don’t you love me like you used to do?
Why should we try anymore
I’m so lonesome I could cry
Take these chains from my heart
‘Cause I’m telling you goodbye

I’m driving back to Texas – I’m on that lost highway
Got those honky tonk blues, I wanna hear a jukebox play
When fiddles and a steel guitar get close enough to touch
I’ll sing Hallelujah, Hank You Very Much

Dear John, I’m here to tell you
Got those long gone lonesome blues,
Can’t help it if I’m still in love with you
Don’t want your cheatin’, Cold Cold Heart
I won’t be home no more,
‘Cause I saw the light, Now I’m walkin’ out the door

I’m driving back to Texas – I’m on that lost highway
Got those honky tonk blues, I wanna hear a jukebox play
When fiddles and a steel guitar get close enough to touch
I’ll sing Hallelujah, Hank You Very Much

Hank’s the only man who understands
The pain that I’ve been through
He’s the one that I can lean on when my heart is broke in two
When I find him in a honky tonk or some roadhouse or such
I’ll say Hank, Hank you very much

I’m driving back to Texas – I’m on that lost highway
Got those honky tonk blues, I wanna hear a jukebox play
When fiddles and a steel guitar get close enough to touch
I’ll sing Hallelujah, Hank You Very Much
I’ll sing Hallelujah, Hank You Very Much