Love You Too Late

Album: All of It (2018)
Charted: 49
  • I wish this whisky
    Would make her miss me
    Like I wish she did,
    I wish she did
    Pouring up another one
    Won't change what I should've done
    Before she left, now all that's left is

    Mile by mile and city by city
    She's getting over me and man
    It ain't pretty, no

    She's out there rolling down some old interstate
    Wide open, wide open, couldn't make her stay
    Probably cranking up some new freedom song
    Wide open, wide open, won't pick up the phone
    While I'm dying here tonight
    Staring goodbye in the face
    Saying I love you too late
    Too late

    I can't take back what
    I never said but
    If I could, man I would

    Try and make her see
    That me and Tennessee want her back
    I wish it worked like that, yeah

    If I had half a clue
    Where she was heading now
    I'd do what I had to do
    To make her turn her car around

    She's out there rolling down some old interstate
    Wide open, wide open, couldn't make her stay
    Probably cranking up some new freedom song
    Wide open, wide open, won't pick up the phone
    While I'm dying here tonight
    Staring goodbye in the face
    Saying I love you too late
    Too late

    Yeah I shoulda held her close
    I shoulda let her know
    How I felt about 'er
    'Bout a couple county lines ago

    She's out there rolling down some old interstate
    Wide open, wide open, I couldn't make her stay
    Probably cranking up some new freedom song

    Wide open, wide open, won't pick up the phone
    While I'm dying here tonight
    Staring goodbye in the face
    Saying I love you too late
    Too late, yeah

    Yeah I love you too late

    I can't take back what
    I never said but
    If I could, damn I would Writer/s: Brandon Lynn Kinney, Michael Carter, Cole Swindell
    Publisher: Peermusic Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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