Twenty Four Hours From Tulsa




Twenty Four Hours From Tulsa

"Twenty Four Hours from Tulsa" () "That Girl Belongs to Yesterday" () "Twenty Four Hours from Tulsa" is a song written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David, and was originally a hit for Gene Pitney. Production. The song's lyrics tell of a traveling man who detours to a romance in a motel.

Asked where I could get something to eat and she showed me where. Oh, I was only twenty four hours from Tulsa. Ah, only one day away from your arms. She took me to the café. I asked her if she.

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Oh, I was only twenty four hours from Tulsa. Ah, only one day away from your arms. She took me to the café. I asked her if she would stay. She said, "Okay". Oh, I was only twenty four hours from Tulsa. Ah, only one day away from your arms. The jukebox started to play. And night time turned into day.

Twenty-Four Hours From Tulsa by Gene Pitney. I was only 24 hours from Tulsa. Only one day away from your arms. She took me to the cafe Read full Lyrics. Tulsa. (thanks, Avezaat/Wikimedia Commons) A hit song penned by quality creators and made famous by .


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  1. 85 rows · Watch the video for Twenty Four Hours from Tulsa from Gene Pitney's The Magic of Burt Bacharach.

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