From the recording Halfway Home (2010)

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Lyrics

THIS TOWN AIN'T BIG ENOUGH
bare your crosses and send in the choir
release the chains on this silent night
throw your hearts to the sacred fire
and go gently in to that good light
because
we loved we lost
and it comes at such a cost
and now
this town ain't big enough
this town ain't big enough
this town ain't big enough
for the two of us
now that we've lost our love
these gypsy winds are blowin strong
and I've been bound for movin on
but you'll stay on my mind
I'll sing our song further down the line
moma called me and she wants me home
daddy's sick and she's all alone
and she could use a break
i'll do it for the family's sake
because
we loved we lost
and it comes at such a cost and now
this town ain't big enough
this town ain't big enough
this town ain't big enough
for the two of us
now that we lost our love
and there is no reward here
no price on our love dear
just some worn out old heartaches
i saw your face on some poster
hanging down at the courthouse
saying this poor heart is haunted
unwanted unwanted
don't let me find you in the lost and found
there's broken hearts all through this town
and it's no cryin' shame
to take another's name
don't let your drinking get the best of you
find a woman for rest of you
and try to settle down
you're too old to keep playing around
because
we loved we lost
and it comes at such a cost and now
this town ain't big enough
this town ain't big enough
this town ain't big enough
for the two of us
now that we lost our love
bare your crosses and send in the choir
release the chains on this silent night