Got Me Gone

  • I'm a train
    Barreling down the track no looking back
    No brakes
    Girl I'm only picking up speed
    I'm rain
    Falling from a cloud on the edge of town
    No trace
    Of a storm I used to be

    You got me
    Gone
    Youre turning it on
    Oh Showing just enough skin

    You got me gone
    The blue and the blonde
    Your pretty lips whispering

    Saying everything you wanna do to me
    Soon as you get me alone
    But you got me, gone
    You got me

    I'm a mess
    Hearts beating out of my chest
    And I'm a wreck
    The dress you used to have on

    You got me, gone
    You're turning it on
    Showing just enough skin

    You got me gone
    The blue and the blonde
    Your pretty lips whispering

    Saying everything you wanna do to me
    Soon as you get me alone
    But you got me gone
    You got me gone Writer/s: DAVID MCKEE BARNES, DAVID NAIL, JONATHAN SINGLETON
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Bluewater Music Corp.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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