Probably Just Time

Album: Back In The Saddle (2012)
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  • The sun finally broke through and lifted the night
    The sky never seemed so blue, so bright
    It could have been whiskey, God knows I tried
    Maybe just prayer, maybe just time
    It’s probably just time

    'Cause I didn’t count on living this long
    And being alright with the hurt being gone
    It’s probably just time to start moving on
    It’s probably just time, it’s probably just time,
    It’s probably just time

    I can’t count all the blessings from all the mistakes
    And all lasting lessons learned a little too late
    It’s just too much trouble to carry this weight
    All of these miles, all of this time
    It’s probably just time

    'Cause I didn’t count on living this long
    And being alright with the hurt being gone
    It’s probably just time to start moving on
    It’s probably just time, it’s probably just time,
    It’s probably just time

    It could have been the angels bringing me through
    It could have been me finally getting over you
    Finally getting over you

    'Cause I didn’t count on living this long
    And being alright with the hurt being gone
    It’s probably just time to start moving on
    It’s probably just time, it’s probably just time,
    It’s probably just time, it’s probably just time
    It's probably just time Writer/s: DENNIS MATKOSKY, JONATHAN SINGLETON, MELISSA PEIRCE
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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