If you're in love with me Why don't you show me If you can't live without Holding me then hold me I have been ignored And abused and rejected So it's time you told me If this is what it is Then it is
Listen, listen, The world is asleep Listen, listen There isn't a peep From beyond your window Frosty and cold The snow makes the quiet But you make this home Listen, listen The crackle of the fire Li
Dancin' where the stars go blue Dancin' where the evening fell Dancin' in my wooden shoes In a wedding gown Dancin' out on 7th street Dancin' through the underground Dancin' little marionette Are you
MP3MP3 Share on emailEmailShare on printPrint Play "When The Stars Go B…" "When The Stars Go Blue" (feat. Bethany Joy Lenz) Dancin' where the stars go blue Dancin' where the evening fell Dancin'
Early in the morning When I'm still so tired Both my poor eyes hurt You will drag me out of bed And I will drive us all the way to Church And I will pray with you In that front row pew I will spend m
I got another man and he aint nothing like you. I got another man and he knows what to do... ...I see you standing from across the club with your arms folded infront and your face screwed up. Well sh
I woke up in white cotton sheets With a glass of champagne in my hand I looked out the window beside me Breathed in the sea and the sand And all felt fine I stood up on a white tile floor Took down m
Saturdays can be so cruel if you'd know what you're doing Supposed to catch a flight to Miami But the weather's brewing and brewing I call the airport and they cancelled my flight So I crawl back into
I could never leave you Even if you asked me to I could never say goodbye Make you cry, Oh I could never stumble With you walking by my side I could never love you more than I already do So don't wa
It's only a three day drive And I was hoping you'd come along Come on Josiah, don't be cross I hear New Mexico is really gorgeous this time of year Don't you want to see the Spanish moss I've been r
Said I want to live the city life This small town could eat me alive I gotta pack my things and go where the railroad takes me Mama's too poor to send me away But I've been saving up on most everyday
"Moving on from 1972 ain't an easy task," he said Says he's been sober since she left him for dead And the old man takes a swig of his non-alcoholic beer And the tired man proudly takes a drag, it's b
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