Paroles officielles de la chanson «Silence On The Line» : Chris Ledoux

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Paroles officielles de la chanson "Silence On The Line"

I took my last fall in san diego
Bus headed north, one headed south
I call the farm in colorado
And lift the dusty pay phone to my mouth
She says hello i say it's me hon
I'm sorry i stayed away so long
Tell the kids their ol' man's through with playin' rodeo
Cause if it's alright with you, i'm comin' home
Well there's silence on the line
She says, you sure did take your time
But i still need a man
For the things a man is good for
You know how it is
Raisin' crops and raisin' kids
Demands a man at least as fit as you are
So c'mon get on home
There's grass in need of mowin'
A boy that needs a whippin' and a hundred things to do
Hope you've finally found your mind
Leave that rodeo behind
I've spent half my life just waitin' here for you
I guess that now's the time, i better tell her
Hon, i've got this friend that's here with me
He used to be a cowoby and a good one, so they say
But now his leg're crippled, he can't walk you see
But hon you ought to hear him tell his stories
Sing the old songs, plays some guitar too
And i'd really like to show him