I Ain't Ready to Quit

Album: My Kinda Party (2010)
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  • There's something about lighting up a Marlboro Red
    That nicotine rush into my head
    And a taste of Southern Comfort on my lips
    Tells me I ain't ready to quit

    Something about driving way to fast
    Switching gears and hammering on the gas
    And the fact that they ain't caught me yet
    Tells me I ain't ready to quit

    Don't start thinking I'm gonna stop
    Giving it all I got
    If you think you've seen love you ain't seen nothing yet
    How could I ever get tired
    Of waking up by your side
    And the taste of your sweet kiss
    Tells me I ain't ready to quit

    There's something about the way you say my name
    That drives this old country boy insane
    So baby don't don't stop loving me like this
    'Cause I ain't ready to quit

    Don't start thinking I'm gonna stop
    Giving it all I got
    If you think you've seen love you ain't seen nothing yet
    How could I ever get tired
    Of waking up by your side
    And the taste of your sweet kiss
    Tells me I ain't ready to quit

    Don't start thinking I'm gonna stop
    Girl I'm giving it all I got
    If you think you've seen love you ain't seen nothing yet
    How could I ever get tired
    Of waking up by your side
    And the taste of your sweet kiss
    Yeah the taste of your sweet kiss
    Tells me I ain't ready to quit Writer/s: Ben Stennis, Jaron Boyer, Thomas Rhett
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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