listen  "Indian Summer" by Brooks & Dunn (Kix Brooks/Bob DiPiero/Ronnie Dunn)

1st Verse

The tall weeds lay flat down
On the hard, flat Kansas ground
And a sad song in her head kept blowin' 'round
She barely even knew his name
But she liked the way he played the game
Everybody cheered when he scored
That last touchdown


(Whoa) (Indian) summer
The wonder, the hunger
And the sound of distant thunder
Indian summer

2nd Verse

Tangled in a moment of truth
Bottle 'a wine in a motel room
Blue haze circle 'round the cold, grey moon<br>
While the wind chased the leaves outside
Passion found a place to hide
Late September heat couldn't be denied

(Repeat Chorus)

3rd Verse

She never even finished school
People like to talk, they can be so cruel
Heard California was a place to start brand new
So she left that Dust Bowl town
Sometimes when a lone wind howls
I wonder where we'd be
If I'd never scored that last touchdown

(Repeat Chorus)

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