Vevay Indiana    (1978)

Just smoked my last cigarette, just drank my last wine
I had the urge to call you up but I haven't got a dime
The gas gauge is reading empty and I don't know what to do
I'm fourteen miles from Vevay, Indiana and I'm trying to get to you

Ain't got much of nothing, but what I've got is mine
I'm going back to Vevay, Indiana, gonna try it one more time
My knees have grown out through my jeans, my boots could use new heels
The saddest dog you've ever seen is exactly how I feel
Storm clouds are brewing overhead, the sun just won't shine through
I'm fourteen miles from Vevay, Indiana and I'm trying to get to you

Had my share of honky tonks and I've had my share of jobs
I've made some women happy, and I've made some women sob
I'm driving down this blacktop road and feeling oh so blue
I'm fourteen miles from Vevay, Indiana and I'm trying to get to you

Ain't got much of nothing, but what I've got is mine
I'm going back to Vevay, Indiana, gonna try it one more time
My knees have grown out through my jeans, my boots could use new heels
The saddest dog you've ever seen is exactly how I feel
Storm clouds are brewing overhead, that sun just won't shine through
I'm fourteen miles from Vevay, Indiana and I'm trying to get to you

I'm fourteen miles from Vevay, Indiana and I'm trying to get to you

Lyrics by Tim Shackleford.
Recorded by Jack Reno.


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