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  1. rows · Watch the video for My Elusive Dreams from David Houston's Tears Of Fire: The 25th .
  2. My Elusive Dreams Lyrics: You followed me to Texas, you followed me to Utah / We didn't find it there so we moved on / Then you went with me to A-la-bam' / Things looked good in Birmingham / We.
  3. My elusive dreams You had my child in Memphis then I heard of work in Nashville But we didn't find it there so we moved on To a small farm in Nebraska, to a gold mine in Alaska We didn't find it there so we moved on I know you're tired of fol-low-ing My elusive dreams and schemes For they're only fleeting things My elusive dreams.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of My Elusive Dreams on Discogs.3/5(1).
  5. Lyrics to 'My Elusive Dreams' by Tammy Wynette. I'd followed me to Texas I'd followed me to Utah We didn't find it there so we moved on I'd followed you to Alabam things look good in Birmingham We didn't find it there so we moved on I know you're tired of following my elusive dreams and schemes.
  6. Watch the video for My Elusive Dreams from Tom Jones's The Great Love Songs for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  7. About My Elusive Dreams "My Elusive Dreams" is a country music song written by Billy Sherrill and Curly Putman, which has been recorded by several artists. The best-known version was recorded as a duet by David Houston and Tammy Wynette, and was a No. 1 country hit in October ; the song also peaked at No. 89 on the Billboard Hot

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