Shattered Glass

Album: Moonshine In The Trunk (2014)
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  • I can picture you the day you were born
    Baby girl in your mama's arms and destined for great things
    Crazy thing bout an angel like you
    All the things you know how to do
    And yet the world tries to clip your wings
    But you wouldn't let 'em, so baby go get 'em

    Bust that ceiling out, the sky's the limit now
    The world is changing fast
    Wear your hair back and run
    Like you ain't ever done before
    It's your time at last
    All you've been through ain't in vain
    Come on baby make it rain down shattered glass

    It's kind of fun for a guy like me
    Sitting here in your shotgun seat
    Watching you leave them all in the dust
    Because I believe in you
    And I want to see your dreams come true

    So bust that ceiling out, the sky 's the limit now
    Time to make up for the past
    Wear your hair back and run
    Like you ain't ever done before
    I want to see you kick some ass
    I'm so proud to know you, girl
    Most beautiful thing in the world is all this shattered glass

    No time to waste, got to make this moment yours
    Got a whole lot of history to make up for

    So bust that ceiling out, the sky's the limit now
    The world is changing fast
    All you've been through ain't in vain
    Well come on baby make it rain down shattered glass Writer/s: BRAD DOUGLAS PAISLEY
    Publisher: Spirit Music Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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