Name 90s Country Song from Opening Lyric

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You look surprised, you didn't think you see me
I got sent from home one day with a shiner on my eye
Everytime our eyes meet, this feeling inside me
They were farm kids, way down in Dixie
Standing on the border, looking out onto the great unknown
I was driving through Georgia in late july on a day hot enough to make the devil sigh
If you really want to know, she comes here a lot
Johnny's daddy is taking him fishing, when he was 8 years old
Had to leave my life in Dallas, that'll town will always be you
I heard you been feeling down, nobody's seen you around
Hold it right there, don't say a word, I hear a voice, I've never heard
Don't need no copy of Vogue Magazine
You said this ain't over yet, I've said things I'll regret
We go out to a party somewhere, the moment we walk in the door
After work, me and the boys, go down to Kitty's and make some noise
When I was 14, I was fallin' fast
Got in this morning at 4 am, you're as mad as you can be
Blue lights flashin' in my rear view, the sheriff said boy i should have known it was you
It was 700 fence posts from your place to ours
Well, I lost my heart on the day we met
Boy you sure look good there standin' in the doorway in the sunset light
Every morning I watch you walk in to the office in your business suit and matching shoes
It's good to see your face again, it's been a while
I bet you never heard Marshall Dylan say, Miss Kitty have you thought of running away
I woke up this morning, my head felt dense
It's amazing how you can speak right to my heart
I told you I leave a light on, in case, you ever wanted to come back home
Don't tell me the reason why you're callin, is to see if I'm alright since you been gone
It wasn't the books that I didnt read, it wasnt the teachers that tried to teach me
What's that, I hear angels singing
Sometimes she runs, sometimes she don't
One day, shy of 8 years old, grandma passed away
This old bar stools feeling higher, As a started sinking lower
Big Orange Ball sinking in the water
She turned up her nose, as she walked by my Cadillac
She couldn't keep from crying, when she told me goodbye
I've seen a lot of places, I've been around the world
Well, it sure feels good to come in here, and just pull up a seat
It's been a long time, since I felt her close
Well, I was raised in a sophisticated kind of style
She was standing by the front door, when I came home last night
I'm looking for a lover who can rave his little engine up
You can tell the world you never was my girl
I'm a little boy with glasses, the one they call the geek
I read a note my grandma wrote back in 1923
When I woke up this morning stumbled out of my rack
I saw the light, I've been baptized
Mama told her baby, girl take it real slow
I know that every morning you go thumbing through the personal want ads
Clear creeks and cool mountain mornin's
They said your love life's in trouble in a magazine I read
Just the other night at a hometown football game
Can't concentrate on the preacher, preacher, my attention span done turned off
You got a thing or two to learn about me, baby
I remember it very well looking back, it was the summer I turned 18
It's another back-door sneakin' in, Where you been? midnight
They said change your clothes, she said no I won't
There's an Elvis movie on the marquee sign
She's been going out with him, she's been going out with me
When a single mom goes out on a date with somebody new
A high roller even when the chips are down
I pretend that I'm glad you went away, but these 4 walls are closing more everyday
Well, I'm runnin' down the road, tryin to loosen my load, I got 7 women on my mind
Who doesn't know what I'm talkin' about, who's never left home, who has never struck out
He was working through college, on my grandpa's farm

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