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While we're young and beautiful, kiss me like you mean it.
Yesterday I got a call. Someone I didn't know at all had passed away
Suppose I called you up tonight and told you that I love you. And suppose I said I want to come back home.
Never was the kind to think about dressing in white. Wasn't waiting on a prince to come riding into my life. Thought I was happy on my own 'til you came and proved me wrong.
Ever ever after. Storybook endings, fairy tales coming true.
Last night I was pouring out my heart like a waterfall to you.
You better take it from me. That boy is like a disease.
I'm sorry, but I'm just a girl not usually the kind to show my heart to the world.
Maybe it's the way that the stars are aligned that's making me feel this way tonight.
He said I've been where you've been before. Down every hallway is a slamming door. No way out, no one to come and save me. Wasting the life that the Good Lord gave me.
She was driving last Friday on her way to Cincinnati on a snow white Christmas Eve.
Standing at the backdoor, she tried to make it fast. One tear hit the hard wood, it fell like broken glass.
Take off all the makeup girl. Shine your light, show the world
Oh he gave up on arrows a long, long time ago. Turns out I’m too hard to hit so he put away his bow.
Piercing words, eyes are red. Watched your taillights in the rain.
Since the day they got married, he'd been praying for a little baby boy.
Did you check the tires? Put gas in the car? Don't think you'll need too much, 'cause you ain't gonna get that far.
What you got if you ain't got love? The kind that you just want to give away.
Jenny grew up wild like a blackfoot daisy out in the shack with a bluetick hound. Broke as hell, but blessed with beauty. The kind that a rich man can't turn down.
There's a place out there for us, more than just a prayer or anything you've ever dreamed of.
I was sitting on my doorstep. I hung up the phone and it fell out of my hand.
Little boy, six years old. A little too used to being alone.
That first cold September night you were the blanket holding me tight
If anyone asks, you never saw me. And I know you know better than to call me. Let's just hide out under the covers. One more secret between two old lovers.
Dry lightning cracks across the skies. Those storm clouds gather in her eyes.
Who are you, the one for whom I’d really gladly suffer
I would bet my life like I bet my heart that you were the one, baby.
Sitting up on the roof, sneaking a smoke by the chimney. Checking out the moon and the city lights.
Deserts go cold, rivers run dry. We give up on each other without thinking twice.
Love goes out, out like a light, out like a flame, and you can't find it anymore.
I love it when we're at a party in a downtown crowd, oh. But I can't hear you call me baby with the music up loud.
I know you don't mean to be mean to me, 'cause when you want to you can make me feel like we belong.
Baby, you're a wrecking ball crashing into me.
That lipstick on your collar, well, it ain't my shade of pink. And I can tell by the smell of that perfume it's like forty dollars too cheap.
This boy here wants to move too fast. He's see my future as having a past.
It was two weeks after the day she turned eighteen. All dressed in white, going to the church that night.
When you look back on times we had, I hope you smile.
Mama, you taught me to do the right things. So now you have to let your baby fly.
Where 69 meets 40, there's a single stop light town.
Red dress, spilled wine, caught in a stupid fight. He's wrong, she's right. No kiss goodnight.
Wanna find some boy, rip his heart right out. First man I see, gonna take him down.
She’s a small town hardworking woman just trying to make a living.
I'm flat on the floor with my head down low where the sky can't rain on me anymore.
You're gonna run out of cigarettes. We're gonna run out of wine. We haven't even started the good stuff yet. It's okay, we've got plenty of time.
I should've known by the way you passed me by there was something in your eyes and it wasn't right.
Well, life's been kind of trippy down here in Mississippi since Cassie O'Grady disappeared.
Stand on the box, stomp your feet, start clappin'. Got a real good feeling somethin' bad about to happen.
Hello, you long shots, you dark horse runners.
Once upon a time our world was on fire and I loved to watch it burn.
I've never been the kind that you'd call lucky, always stumbling around in circles.
There's some things that I regret, some words I wish had gone unsaid.
Whatcha gonna do with the 36 cents sticky with Coke on your floorboard?
I'll be the last one standing.
Eighteen years have come and gone. For Mama they flew by, but for me they drug on and on.
One foot on the bus 'bout half past nine, I knew that you were leaving this time.
She remembers the nights he’d come calling, his yellow-silk tie, in love she saw him falling for her in the fire of July.
All the raindrops in the sky tonight can't compare with all the pain and all the tears I've cried. But now I'm done.
Here's how it goes: Boy meets girl, girl leaves boy.
Got it all figured out inside of my head. There's a bag packed up at the foot of my bed.
Hey, good girl, with your head in the clouds. I bet you I can tell you what you're thinking about.
I heard you laughing in a crowd outside a restaurant we used to go to. I caught a glimpse that stopped me in my tracks. It took me back
If you’re tired of your life and the way that you feel, like a fish on a hook, like a bug on a dirty windshield; it’s okay
I need something strong tonight. I'm needing me a hundred proof. Something to erase my mind; rid me of the thought of you.
In between the coats in the closet, she held onto that heart-shaped locket. Staring at a family flawless, but it ain’t a pretty picture tonight.
Funny how love can make you feel. Crush you like a ton of steel
Two black Cadillacs driving in a slow parade. Headlights shining bright in the middle of the day.
Front row center in that little white church. I was singing 'bout a baby laying in a manger. Eight years old wearing angel wings. Yeah, and to this day that's what you see.
Last night I got served a little bit too much of that poison, baby.
Said goodbye, turned around and you were gone, gone, gone
In the circles I've been running, I've covered many miles.
I've been down. Now I'm blessed. I felt a revelation coming around.
Little princess, summer flowers in her hair playin' ring-around-the-rosy in the picture there.
Right now, he's probably slow dancing with a bleach blonde tramp and she's probably getting frisky.
Red sun, saltwater dripping haze. Stick-shift, summer Sahara chase. We ain't alone.
Whatcha gonna do when the show is over? Whatcha gonna sing when the song ends?
Looks like an angel, so picturesque. Like she walked right out of the Wild Wild West.
Lately nothing I do ever seems to please you. And maybe turning my back would be that much easier.

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