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Some Hearts
For one split second She almost turned around But that would be like pouring rain drops Back into a cloud 
And tell Memaw that I miss her Yeah, I should give her a call And make sure you tell Daddy that I'm still his little girl Yeah, I still feel like I'm where I'm supposed to be 
I wake up feeling like my life's worth living Can't recall when I last felt that way Guess it must be all this love you're giving Never knew never knew it could be like this 
She bowed her head to pray She said I'm sorry for the way I've been living my life I know I've got to change So from now on tonight 
Tomorrow she'll be rolling down I-10 Baton Rouge, LSU 18 years in her rearview He's got a Friday paycheck lined up down the block At daddy's shop 
It makes you that much stronger, Oh, some pages turned, Some bridges burned, But there were, 
I might've saved a little trouble for the next girl, 'cause the next time that he cheats... Oh, you know it won't be on me! 
I was sitting on my doorstep, I hung up the phone and it fell out of my hand, But I knew I had to do it, And he wouldn't understand, 
Could I forget the look that tells me that you want me? And all the reasons that make loving you so easy The kiss that always makes it hard to breathe The way you know just what I mean 
Kiss me like you mean it, Treat me like I'm special, Cover me with sweetness, Cause a time will come, 
In a midnight talk, in a morning kiss, When I'm in your arms, that's where it is, When we're tangled up and can't resist, 
We claimed the brightest star And we, we came so far You know that we, we showed them all And no they won't forget 
My hotel in Manhattan, Holds more people than our town, And what I just paid for dinner, Would be a down payment on a house, I'd rather be tipping cows in Tulsa 
When we touch, when we love The stars light up The wrong becomes undone Naturally, my soul surrenders 
Carnival Ride
Baby, baby, baby, baby tell me why You gotta make me, make me, make me, make me cry Oh, lord If I told you once, I told you a thousand times You can't knock me off my feet, when I'm already on my knees 
Sixteen short years later She was falling for the senior football star Before you knew it he was dropping passes Skipping practice just to spend more time with her 
It's so easy to get lost inside a problem that seems so big at the time it's like a river thats so wide it swallows you whole 
She put her veil down Trying to hide the tears Oh she just couldn't believe it She heard the trumpets from the military band And the flowers fell out of her hand 
If we leave tonight and drive fast enough All of our troubles will be just like us Long gone, baby 
I stood at the bottom of some walls I thought I couldn't climb I felt like Cinderella at the ball just running out of time So I know how it feels to be afraid Think that it's all gonna slip away Hold on, hold on 
I wish you were where you're supposed to be Close to me But here I am just staring at this candle burning out And still no sound Of footsteps on my stairs Or your voice anywhere 
We left, the club, 'bout around 3 o'clock in the morning His Pinto, sitting there, in the parking lot, well it should have been a warning I had no clue what I was getting into So, I'll blame it on the Cuervo 
You can hold any girl that you like Fall in love when it's easy at night But, you'll wake up wondering why she ain't ever something better When you're lost and run out of road 
If I got down on my knees and told you I was yours forever Would you get down on yours too and take my hand Would we get that old time feeling Would we laugh and talk for hours 
Cheap date, bad taste, another night gone to waste Talking about nothing in so many words It's not like I'm not trying 'Cause I'll give anyone a shot once 
Baby you're a wrecking ball Crashing into me Nothing I can do but fall Piece by piece 
God put us here on this carnival ride We close our eyes Never knowing where it will take us next Babies are born and at the same time, someone's taking their last breath 
Play On
You better take it from me, that boy is like a disease You’re running, you’re trying, you’re trying to hide And you’re wondering why you can’t get free 
Here's how it goes Boy meets girl, girl leaves boy That's all I know All I've done, all my life 
And he Is good, so good. He treats your little girl, like a real man should. He is good, So good. He makes promises he keeps.  
What you're gonna do with the 36 cents Sticky with coke on your floorboard When a woman on the street is huddled in the cold On a sidewalk bench trying to keep warm 
I should have known by the way you passed me by There was something in your eyes and it wasn't right I should have walked, but I never had the chance Everything got out of hand and I let it slide 
I remember that night we laid in bed Namin' all our kids that we hadn't had yet One for your grandma and one for mine Said we'd draw straws when it came time 
Wanna find some boy, rip his heart right out First man I see, gonna take him down It ain't the Christian thing to do, they say But someone, somewhere's gotta pay 
Little boy, six years old A little too used to being alone Another new mom and dad Another school, another house that will never be home 
Maybe it's the way that the stars are aligned That's makin' me feel this way tonight Maybe it's the words you left unsaid Maybe it's the stardust in my hand 
I would bet my life, like I bet my heart That you were the one, baby I've never been so sure of anything before It's driving my heart crazy 
'I love you' came flooding out Couldn't make it stop, couldn't shut my mouth I felt like a fool when I lied and said I was sorry But 
And I'm not sorry that it's over But for the way we let it end So I said all I had to say In letters that I threw away 
What you're gonna do when the show is over What you're gonna sing when the the song ends How you're gonna cope when there is no closure Where you're gonna reach when the goal gets higher How you're gonna make it through When you think you lost your chance 
Blown Away
You'll see a good boy (you see a good boy) Gonna give you the world But he's gonna leave you cryin' With your heart in the dirt 
There's not enough rain in Oklahoma To wash the sins out of that house There's not enough wind in Oklahoma To rip the nails out of the past 
Two months ago his wife called the number on his phone Turns out he'd been lying to both of them for oh so long They decided then he’d never get away with doing this to them 
Said goodbye, turned around And you were gone, gone, gone Faded into the setting sun, Slipped away But I won’t cry 
That first cold September night You were the blanket holding me tight You were kissing me and the Earth stood still You said we don't have to, I said I will, yeah 
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 Then one day as the nights grew longer Blackberry winter in a little white church 
Take off all the makeup, girl Shine your light, show the world Don’t be shy, don’t be scared You don’t have to hide under there 
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 ok It’s time to take your chips and cash them all in 
Yesterday I got a call Someone I didn’t know at all had passed away Mama said, 'Yeah you know him You went to school with both his kids 
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 You looked happy with that little girl up on your shoulders, happy 
Funny how love can make you feel Crush you like a ton of steel Fake you out, make you think it’s real Funny how love can make you feel, yeah 
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 I might just keep on runnin' from here to Timbuktu 'Cause he gave up on arrows and I ain't bulletproof 
Once upon a time our world was on fire and I loved to watch it burn Wild and reckless, never any limits, guess I had a lot to learn Cause fire turns to embers, embers to ashes that blow away too soon 
You’re my savior, you’re my center My beginning and my end You’re the one I live for, you’re my angel 

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