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  • Brooks & Dunn - If You See Her Album Lyrics; 1. Born and Raised in Black and White: 2. Brand New Whisky: 3. How Long Gone: 4. Husbands and Wives: 5. I Can't Get Over You: 6. If You See Him/if You Her (brooks & Dunn & Reba) 7. South of Santa Fe: 8. Way Gone: 9. When Love Dies: You're My Angel: Your Love Don't Take A Backseat To Nothing.
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  • Where the rain don't fall and the grass don't grow The older part of New Mexico I drifted into town one day And stumbled in on a lost cafe Shades were pulled and the door was locked Something made me knock Time stood still when she opened the door I didn't know where I was anymore And we were lost in each other's eyes Where loneliness meets paradise Something in my heart broke free Blowing.
  • South of Santa Fe Brooks & Dunn. intro: Bm, A, G; Bm, A, G. Well, there a [Bm] in't no phone and the grass don't grow. In the older part of New [A] Mexic [G] o. I d [Bm] rifted into town one day. Stumbled in on a l [A] ost caf [G] e. The s [G] hades were pulled and .
  • Listen to your favorite songs from If You See Her by Brooks & Dunn Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. South of Santa Fe Brooks & Dunn: 4. If You See Him / If You See Her Brooks & Dunn & Reba McEntire: 5. album. If You See Her Brooks & Dunn. 11 songs (39 minutes) Released on May 4.
  • Lyrics to South of Santa Fe by Brooks & Dunn from the If You See Her album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  • South of santa fe lyrics: South Of Santa Fe (Kix Brooks/Paul Nelson/Larry Boone) Where the rain dont fall and the grass dont grow The older part of New Mexico I drifted into town one day And stumbled in .
  • Title: South of Santa Fe Written by: Kix Brooks, Paul Nelson, Larry Boone Artist: Brooks and Dunn From: Chris Green ([email protected]btyakengmepers.coinfo) intro: Bm, A, G; Bm, A, G Bm Well, there ain't no phone and the grass don't grow A G In the older part of New Mexico Bm I drifted into town one day A G Stumbled in on a lost cafe G A The shades were pulled and the door was locked But something.