Don't Change Gone

Album: Old Boots, New Dirt (2014)
  • I can keep on changing the song
    Keep on changing stations
    Til I finally land on one
    I don't mind that they keep playing

    I'd take a different road through town
    I find another way around
    Change it up, really shake it up
    Yeah, I'm trying

    But it don't change gone, won't bring her back
    She's moved on, and I'm stuck with that
    I could change whatever I want
    But it don't change gone

    I can keep on hanging around
    But I don't see me staying
    Strike a match and burn it down
    Walk out and leave it laying
    Don't think about a thing just drive
    Far enough til I find a change of scene
    A new routine, I'll try anything

    But it don't change gone, won't bring her back
    She's moved on, and I'm stuck with that
    I could change whatever I want
    But it don't change

    Taillights fading, nothing was breaking
    She's gone

    Yeah, I could change whatever I want
    But it don't change gone
    No it don't change gone Writer/s: TONY MARTIN, NEIL THRASHER, MICHAEL DULANEY
    Publisher: Peermusic Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., OLE MEDIA MANAGEMENT LP, Downtown Music Publishing
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