You don't know if it's hello or goodbye What kind of tears they are when they get cried All you know is somebody is coming or leaving It don't really matter whatever the reason Something about them gets me every time
Kisses at airports, wide-open car doors So slow to let go, wrapped up with eyes closed Some mean "I missed you," some mean "I'm going to" But somehow they mean more Kisses at airports
There was a crayon cardboard "Welcome home, Daddy" sign When he got the deployed, she was just two pink lines And now it's sunburned lips on ten little fingers And one for her mama, yeah, that one lingers I'm pretty sure I wasn't the only one at baggage claim to cry
Kisses at airports, thanking the good Lord You didn't die out there without seeing that curly red hair And that's why you hang on and that's how you make it home Got something to live for Kisses at airports Oh, oh
When you dropped me off, I was running late I just grabbed my bags and ran to the gate But what if I had never landed How many times do we take for granted?
Like kisses at airports, wide-open car doors No I don't want to let go I just want to make sure you know
This one means I miss you, this one means I'm going to Make every one I give you, baby, be a little more Like kisses at airports Like kisses at airports
Writer/s: CHASE MCGILL, CONNIE HARRINGTON, JESSI LEIGH ALEXANDER
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind