Drugstore Cowgirl

from by Heather Littlefield

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The coldest winter of my youth
I was living on the sound
The needle it was in my arm
While snow fell on the ground
Christmas time was lonely
I was in a awful state
And the christmas tree we stole from down the street
We could barely decorate

Chorus:
Take me home
Im so lonesome I could cry
The sound of angels I can't hear
And I feel that I will die
This town it aint no place for me
This road's been awful rough
And the strength I thought I had back then
Well it aint strong enough

The man I love is leaving me
There's nothing I can do
It's new years now
The snow all around
Has gone and left me blue
I wonder if I should lie down
Until I fall asleep
The bottom that I'm hitting
Seems bottomless and deep

Chorus:
Take me home
Im so lonesome I could cry
The sound of angels I can't hear
And I feel that I will die
This town it aint no place for me
This road's been awful rough
And the strength I thought I had back then
Well it aint strong enough

A few more weeks go by and the sun pokes out
Im not dry but the money's all gone
I guess there's nothing left to do
But sit and write this song
My drug store cowgirl days are through
If there's a heaven I hope it's near
There's nothing worse than shootin dope while tryin' to rope a stear

Chorus:
Take me home
Im so lonesome I could cry
The sound of angels I can't hear
And I feel that I will die
This town it aint no place for me
This road's been awful rough
And the strength I thought I had back then
Well it aint strong enough

And the strength I thought I had back then
Well it aint strong enough

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from Drinking To Dream, released December 6, 2016

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