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Tucson, AZ

written by: gilligan3

You were my home
You were my home
And I was a wandering cowboy
And I was a lizard baking in the sun

Oh land that I love
Oh Tucson with your mountainous desert
With sun so hot the weak faint at it's light
And a dusty sky so blue that it leaves the ground cracked and dry

You were my home
And I was a wandering cowboy
You were my home
And I was a lizard baking in the sun

Your sunsets were so red
And your ladies made me try so hard
Your men the toughest around
Annd the nights so quiet you could hear the coyotes sing their heartache to the moon

I was a wandering cowboy
And you were my home
I was a lizard baking in the sun
And you were my home

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