Two Cent Revival

Two Cent Revival

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Folk - Rock | Brooklyn, New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,584   
Member Since: 2012
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Story Behind the Song

I lived in Houston, Texas until I was eighteen, then went to college in the Northeast. I rarely visit, and feel very nostalgic about my time there.

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This is an awesome track! Love hearing the crowd. Great musicians in this one. The accordian is really nice. It breathes a good time. Makes me wish i were there. Thanks for setting this one on the table.

    - Micheal Lee Collins
Lyrics

Oh my sweet Texas,
I miss you so,
oh my sweet Texas,
so long ago.

You were my brother,
you were my mother,
oh Texas lo.

Oh my sweet Texas,
I miss your soul,
oh my sweet Texas,
so long so ago.

You were brother,
you were my lover.

Time is like a freight train,
though I don't know where it goes,
Lord who knows, no use smiling 'bout the good times.

Time is like a freight train,
though I don't know where it goes,
Lord who knows, no use sighing about the bad.

Oh my sweet Texas,
I miss your soul,
oh my sweet Texas,
so long ago.

You were my brother,
you were my mother,
oh Texas lo.

Time is like a freight train,
though I don't know where it goes,
Lord who knows, no use crying 'bout the bad times.

Time is like a freight train,
lord who knows, no use crying 'bout the bad times, no use sighing 'bout the good.

Song Length
6:08
Genres
Folk - Americana, Folk - Cajun
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
State, General


Language
English

Lyric Credits Matt Jones
Music Credits Matt Jones
Producer Credits Dan Davine
Publisher Credits Matt Jones Media
Performance Credits Matt Jones, Dan Davine, Tom Welsch, Brian Axford, Elijah Tucker, Pete Weiss