Born Again

Album: Hillbilly Jedi (2012)
  • Did you miss me, well I ain't been gone
    I been making little babies, I been writing big songs
    Come and kiss me, yeah it's been too long
    Since we tore a town down like King Kong

    A lot of young guns try to fill these boots
    They want the green without the black and blue
    They don't understand and this ain't just talking
    I've been a dead man walking

    Born again
    Yes I'm born again
    I'll be white knuckle gripping when I spit in the wind
    Riding high in the saddle with a six string (shit eating) grin
    I'm born again
    I been born again

    Another headline, yeah we're back in the news
    Hillbilly Jedis with attitude
    We come to raise the roof in your backyard
    We put the lightning back in a jar
    Your witnessing the evolution of a country revolution
    It's a congregation for the melody
    All you country sons and daughters
    Get down in the dirty water
    Make you holler, make you set it free
    Say, born again Writer/s: RICHIE SAMBORA, JON BON JOVI, KENNY ALPHIN, JOHN RICH
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
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