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I posted this the other day, but I redid a little bit of it and added some to it as well. This song fits a folk/americana sounding guitar piece I wrote for acoustic guitar. I would like some advice in regards of the flow of the song and if words seem like they fit. Tear it apart, you won't hurt my feelings. Thanks in advance.

“Goodbye to My Dear Lady in the City”

It’s 9 am, going down 64 again
My final destination unknown
But for now I’m heading home

Where the Santa Fe Trail
Brought outlaws from hell
And they shot each other cold into the night

Chorus:
So goodbye to my dear lady in the city
The west has won my heart again,
And you can sell all my worldly possessions
Cause’ I like to live like Huck Finn

Now I sit here drinking coffee on Lucian Maxwell’s Land
Watching the sunrise over the fiery mountain skies
Living in the Promised Land

And tomorrow I’ll take a hike, walk around every bend
Follow the trail where it leads me
And then maybe I’ll do it all again

It’s “Where the Rockies Meet the Plains”
And the mountains they all call your name
And the friendly folks wave when you pass by

Chorus:
So goodbye to my dear lady in the city
The west has won my heart again,
And you can sell all my worldly possessions
Because all you need out here is a friend