Let Alone You

Album: Easton Corbin (2010)
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  • It was Sunday afternoon, I was sunk in my recliner
    Football game was on Tampa Bay and Carolina
    I wasn't payin' much attention
    The volume down, not watchin' it at all
    This house was like an ice box, had all the curtains drawn
    I had it more like a hotel room and less like a home
    It's been so quiet around here lately
    I wasn't thinkin' anyone would call

    Let alone you
    All the way from Dallas
    Out of the blue
    Sayin' that you missed us
    And time and distance made you see
    You were lost without me
    How did you know
    I'd finally hit the bottom
    An all time low
    Was suddenly forgotten
    The sound of your voice on the line
    Made fate turn circles on a dime
    Just when I thought I'd never find somebody new
    Let alone you

    Now here I am at the baggage claim
    A nervous wreck waitin' on your plane
    Wringin' my hands, checkin' my watch
    I never dreamed forty-eight hours ago
    I'd be standin' here waitin' on
    Anyone, no not anyone

    Let alone you
    All the way from Dallas
    Out of the blue
    Sayin' that you missed us
    And time and distance made you see
    You were lost without me
    How did you know
    I'd finally hit the bottom
    An all time low
    Was suddenly forgotten
    The sound of your voice on the line
    Made fate turn circles on a dime
    Just when I thought I'd never find somebody new
    Let alone you

    Let alone you Writer/s: GARY HARRISON, CARSON CHAMBERLAIN, SONNY TILLIS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
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