Forever Road

Album: Learn to Live (2008)
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  • I heard every word you said
    And trying hard to understand
    Exactly what it is, you need, from me
    Baby I apologize
    I never meant to make you cry
    But there ain't no doubt, we can work it out yeah
    Cause I'm gonna be around

    [Chorus]
    Don't worry baby
    I ain't no maybe
    Rain or Shine
    This Love of mine is for you
    Let my arms remind you
    I'll always be beside you
    Holdin' on until this ride is through
    So away we go, down that forever road

    Baby as our lives unfold
    There's no telling where we'll go
    But as far as I can see, it'll be you and me
    Just the way it's supposed to be

    [Chorus]

    It ain't gonna be easy
    We'll both make big mistakes
    But if you love me, trust me
    We've got what it takes
    Now

    [Chorus]

    Down that forever road
    Away we go Writer/s: CHRIS STAPLETON, DARIUS RUCKER, FRANK ROGERS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Spirit Music Group, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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