Stonegates Lyrics - Bachman-Turner Overdrive

Review The Song (0)



I was raised, born and bred in a praire town
When a dark eyed woman really laid the feelings down
We were one, had our fun in our younger years
Well I remember damn well she loved me
And she remembers damn well she cared

Stonegates, closing me in
If I get free won't see me again
Stonegates, wish I could be
Back in the country, wish I was free

1) I was down, leaving town on a midnight train
When a long legged woman come walking down platform A
She was lean, made a scene as she came my way
Well we traveled on down thru the midwest towns
In Chicago we parted ways

Chorus

Chorus

sponsored links
Repeat 1

Chorus

Move around town






Click here to submit the Corrections of Stonegates Lyrics
Thanks to Marrikesh@hotmail.com for submitting Stonegates Lyrics.

The following area is only for review, if you want to submit the lyrics or the corrections of the lyrics, please click the link at the end of Stonegates Lyrics.
Your Name:
(Important: Your name will be published if you input it)

Review for Stonegates Lyrics
------ Performed by Bachman-Turner Overdrive

Please enter a title for your review:

------ 07/25/2014

Type your review in the space below: