Still Feel Gone

Album: Whiskey (2016)
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  • How hard can it be, to pack a bag, up and leave
    it's so heavy, it's so heavy
    How hard can it be to take two ends and make em meet
    make amends, make it bend
    How many roads must a man drive a van on
    before he's called back to the one he left alone
    And she's out there in the night
    little darling, left the light on
    keep driving, 8 hours, you're back home
    But you still feel gone
    How much does it take, to find a heart, and watch it break
    slowly, completely
    How much does it take, to sleep alone, to lie awake
    wondering, just wondering
    How many roads must a man drive a van on
    Before he's called back to the one he left alone
    and she's out there in the night
    little darling, it ain't right
    you hold her, and you wonder what's wrong

    Cause you still feel gone
    How many roads must a man drive a van on
    before he's called back to the one he left alone
    And she's out there in the night
    little darling, left the light on
    keep driving, but you ain't ever getting home
    Cause you'll still feel gone Writer/s: DONOVAN CLARK WOODS, JOSEPH LANDRETH
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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