Til' the Wheels Fall Off

Album: I Love This Life (2015)

Songfacts®:

  • This was inspired by an old Western that LoCash's Preston Brust was watching. He recalled to The Boot: "In this Western, they were in a covered wagon, and they were going along, and the cowboy driving the wagon leaned over to the girl, and he said, 'You look nervous.' She said, 'I just don't know if our wagon's going to make it.' He said, 'We're going to ride this thing until the wheels fall off baby.' I was like, 'That's a love song.'"

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