You're My Song

Album: Wild & Free (2012)
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  • I grew up on the Beatles
    And you were raised on the Stones
    You're a little bit country, yeah
    And I play rock and roll

    The first time that I saw you
    I remembered every word you said
    Now you're stuck like a melody playing over in my head
    That I don't want to forget

    'Cause you're my song
    My sweet home Alabama
    I can sing you all night long
    You're my red red wine
    Learning to fly
    'Cause you're my song
    You're my song

    I'll be your good vibration
    You'll be my Penny Lane
    Don't need a radio station
    To dance with Mary Jane

    'Cause you're my song
    My sweet home Alabama
    I can sing you all night long
    You're my red red wine
    Learning to fly
    Baby we were born to run
    'Cause you're my song
    You're my song

    Just want to hear you talk
    So turn the stereo off
    I want to turn you on

    'Cause you're my song
    My sweet home Alabama
    I can sing you all night long

    You're my red red wine
    Learning to fly
    Baby we were born to run
    'Cause you're my song
    You're my song

    You're my song
    You're my song Writer/s: ANDREW COOK, ERIC HALVORSEN, JUSTIN RICHARDS, KEVIN GRIFFIN, NICHOLAS SANTINO
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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