All I Want

Album: Learn to Live (2008)
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  • Don't act surprised, it ain't like you didn't know
    It's been a long long time comin' and it's time for me to go
    Time to split things up could that drive us crazy
    So I'm gonna make this easy, baby

    You can have the money
    You can have the house
    Take the Cadillac and that boat out back
    And your mother's pink and yellow couch
    You can have every penny that I'll make from this here song
    Girl, all I want you to leave me is alone

    Don't get me wrong, I will always love you, girl
    You were my life, you were my heart, you were my world
    But we both know it's over, there's no need to fight it
    Girl, I just need some peace and quiet

    So you can have the money
    You can have the house
    Take the Cadillac and that boat out back
    And that ugly pink and yellow couch
    You can have every penny that I will make from this here song
    Girl, all I want you to leave me is alone

    You can have the money
    You can have the house
    Take the big screen and your diamond ring
    And those shoes that you swore you couldn't live without
    You can have every penny that I will make from this here song
    Girl, all I want you to leave me is alone
    Girl, all I need you to leave me is alone Writer/s: Darius Rucker, Frank Rogers
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Spirit Music Group, Universal Music Publishing Group
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