Easton & Main (Turnpike Troubadours)

Well I left my heart in Tulsa On the corner of Easton and Main On the Cain's Ballroom floor Soaking up a bourbon stain And I'm going back to see her Just as soon as I can Cause I left my heart in Tulsa On the corner of Easton and Main Well we drove up to the city On a autumn Saturday night Ah and damn that girl looked pretty In the artificial moon light And I swore she looked right at me Like we were meant to be But what's a girl like that gonna wanna have to do with a country boy like me Cause I left my heart in Tulsa On the corner of Easton and Main On the Cain's Ballroom floor Soaking up cheap champagne And I'm going back to see her Just as soon as I can Cause I left my heart in Tulsa On the corner of Easton and Main Well I'm back down on a farm Dreaming 'bout those big city lights Waken up at dawn Workin' 'till its night But I'm savin' up my money And this time I'll make her see What a girl like that just might want With a country boy like me Well I left my heart in Tulsa On the corner of Easton and Main On the Cain's Ballroom floor Soaking up a bourbon stain And I'm going back to see her Just as soon as I can Cause I left my heart in Tulsa On the corner of Easton and Main