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I don't know why it's soaking wet out here outside
hobo-in' on a train nowhere just for the ride
I remember when it cost me one thin dime
just to get my lady on the line

I know you see me out here all the time
just workin' hard to drink me a bottle of wine

I didn't mean to come on too strong
ain't been the same since the company gone
I've been tied down to them old brown shoes for days
now I don't care 'bout a single thing she says

You see me out in the world ridin' freights and shucking corn
through sleet and rain of Midwest to Californ'
I see you baby down at the five-and-dime
been a long time since all the land done died

If I call you again I'll try not to come on too strong
ain't desperation I'm just nervous for doing wrong
All I need is my new shoes, just to help me get rid of my old shoes x2

I didn't mean to come on too strong
It ain't been the seem since my kid wifey gone
and all I want is my new shoes,
just to help me get rid of my old shoes
All I need is my new shoes
just to help me get rid of my old shoes

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