Atty Davis


Go Home Sister Snow


Snowy little girl with your eyes ice blue
you say a southern belle took your man
And your pride too

You blaimed it on the heat
You blaimed it on the land
I say you should be blaimin'
That no good cheatin' man

But go home sister snow
Go home sister snow
Go home where it drifts
And the wind does blow

Go home sister snow
Take your leave of this
Silly old Lone Star show

Well Texas burned you once
It ain't fair but its true
But Texas Loved you
Even when the bonnets weren't blue

Sister snow we are kindred souls
Tundra land ain't a stranger
To me nor you

Dreaming of the Northern Lights
And those sun dogs too
Makes me think your right
Its probably true
There's somethin' about Texas
That Brings out the wild in you

So go home sister snow
Go home sister snow
Go home where it drifts
And the wind does blow

Go home sister snow
Go home sister snow
Take your leave of this
Silly old Lone Star show

Texas burned you once
It ain't fair but its true
But Texas loved you
Even when the bonnets weren't blue

Well the Uhaul's packed
Got the kids in the car
Your brother's makin' fun
Of the southern drawl

Hope you make your peace
Hope your heart don't freeze
Leavin' here with the pain of
that man's bite and the scorpion sting

So go home sister snow
Go home sister snow
Go home where it drifts
And the wind does blow

Go home sister snow
Go home sister snow
Take your leave of thiss
Silly old Lone Star show

Well Texas burned you once
It aint fair but its true
But Someone in Texas still loves you
Even though the bonnets aren't blue

Submitted: Sunday, October 14, 2012
Edited: Thursday, January 31, 2013

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