ZONA JONES


Harleys & Horses Lyrics

It’s Harleys and Horses old habits that are forcing me to think, I may never change my ways. It’s guitars and good times and women who don’t mind if I’m gone at the break of day.
You know my shoulder still hurts me from that fall in Santa Fe. Yeah I sure drew a bad one but still I walked away. I stayed up and drank tequila and wrote a country song about a guy who wasn’t happy unless he was moving on. It’s Harleys and horses old habits that are forcing me to think, I may never change my ways. It’s guitars and good times and women who don’t mind if I’m gone at the break of day.
I remember that girl from Dallas you know I thought the knot was tied, yeah I never saw it coming man she took me for a ride, I almost parked that motorcycle with that debutant from Tennessee you know I thought about it but I heard that highway calling me Its Harleys and horses old habits that are forcing me to think, I may never change my ways. It’s guitars and good times and women who don’t mind if I’m gone at the break of day.
It’s Harleys and horses old habits that are forcing me to think, I may never change my ways.

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