Landslide

Album: Southernality (2015)
  • Southern soul, heart beatin'
    An old dirt road, choir singin'
    And standin' tall for what you believed in
    And I'm movin' like a landslide

    Boss man sits in his suit and his tie
    Always tryin' to tell us what to sing, what to write
    Couldn't hum a tune if it hit him in the eye
    Bullet in a Bible, stars in the sky
    I don't need you to tell me what to sing

    Southern soul, heart beatin'
    An old dirt road, choir singin'
    And standin' tall for what you believed in
    And I'm movin' like a landslide

    Left wing, right wing, tell me where you stand
    Doesn't really matter just be your own man
    Fightin's hard enough just tryin' to be free
    Hole in my heart, cards up my sleeve
    I don't need you to tell me who to be

    Southern soul, heart beatin'
    An old dirt road, choir singin'
    And standin' tall for what you believed in
    And I'm movin' like a landslide

    Southern soul, heart beatin'
    An old dirt road, choir singin'
    And standin' tall for what you believed in
    And I'm movin' like a landslide

    And I'm movin' like a landslide
    And I'm movin' like a landslide Writer/s: MICHAEL HOBBY, ZACHARY STEPHEN BROWN, BILL SATCHER
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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