Every Reason I Go Back

Album: Easy Does It (2009)
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  • It's a one way in
    It's a one way out
    It's a one stop, one cop, one bar town
    Where it's eight ball winner breaks, and the loser racks
    It's the same ol' cars,and the same ol' trucks,
    The same ol' coach with the same bad luck
    But on Friday nights the home team side is packed
    It's every reason that I lived, and every reason I go back

    Yeah, it's the same ol', same ol',
    Nothin's changed where everybody knows your name
    It's a dirt road trip down memory lane, an ol'd flame I can't get past
    It's every reason that I lived and ever reason I go back

    It's same ol' questions from my momma's mouth,
    It's my dad's voice: hey boy, just wearin me out about yes sir,
    Yes mam this is my house ya don't talk back
    It's the same cheap buddies with the same cheap beer
    And the same cheap shots that I always fear
    And them same ol' stories still getting same ol' laughs
    It's ever reason that I lived and ever reason the I go back

    Yeah, it's the same ol', same ol',
    Nothin's changed where everybody knows your name
    It's a dirt road trip down memory lane, an ol'd flame I can't get past
    It's every reason that I lived and ever reason I go back

    Yeah, it's the same ol', same ol',
    Nothin's changed where everybody knows your name
    It's a dirt road trip down memory lane, an ol'd flame I can't get past
    It's every reason that I lived and ever reason I go back Writer/s: CASEY BEATHARD, DAVE TURNBULL, JAKE OWEN
    Publisher: HORI PRO ENTERTAINMENT GROUP, OLE MEDIA MANAGEMENT LP, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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