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Los Lonely Boys Return to San Antonio Next Year


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I’ve been sitting at my computer for about an hour trying to figure out how to write about Los Lonely Boys, the Chicano soft-rockers from San Angelo. I’ve decided that there’s not much really to say about Los Lonely Boys so here’s the lyrics to "Heaven."

Save me from this prison
Lord, help me get away
Cause only you can save me now from this misery
I've been lost in my own place, and I'm gettin' weary
How far is heaven?
And I know that I need to change my ways of livin'
How far is heaven?
Lord, can you tell me
I've been locked up way too long in this crazy world
How far is heaven?
And I just keep on prayin', Lord, and just keep on livin'
How far is heaven?
Yeah, Lord, can you tell me?
How far is heaven? (Cause I just gotta to show some faith, yeah)
How far is heaven? (Yeah, Lord, can you tell me?)
Tu que estas en alto cielo
Echame tu bendicion
Cause I know there's a better place than this place I'm living
How far is heaven?
So I just got to have some faith and just keep on giving
How far is heaven? (Yeah, Lord, can you tell me?)
How far is heaven? (Cause I just got to know how far, yeah)
How far is heaven? (Yeah, Lord, can you tell me?)
How far is heaven? (Cause I just gotta know how far)
I just want to know how far

They’re playing the Aztec Theatre on Sunday, January 27, 2019 so, I guess, memorize these lyrics if you plan on going.

Tickets go on sale Friday, October 5 at 10 a.m. Live Nation pre-sale starts Thursday, Oct 4 at 10 a.m. and ends at 10 p.m. Password: VOCALS.

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