High Horse

Album: Golden Hour (2018)
  • Oh, I bet you think you're John Wayne
    Showing up and shooting down everybody
    You're classic in the wrong way
    And we all know the end of the story

    'Cause everyone knows someone who kills the buzz
    Every time they open up their mouth
    Yeah, everyone knows someone who knows someone
    Who thinks they're cooler than everybody else

    And I think we've seen enough, seen enough
    To know that you ain't ever gonna come down
    So, why don't you giddy up, giddy up
    And ride straight out of this town
    You and your high horse
    You and your high horse

    I bet you think you're first place
    Yeah, someone should give you a ribbon
    And put you in the hall of fame
    For all the games that you think that you're winning

    'Cause everyone knows someone who kills the buzz
    Every time they open up their mouth
    Yeah, everyone knows someone who knows someone
    Who thinks they're cooler than everybody else

    And I think we've seen enough, seen enough
    To know that you ain't ever gonna come down
    So, why don't you giddy up, giddy up
    And ride straight out of this town
    You and your high horse
    You and your high horse

    Darling, you take the high horse and I'll take the high road
    If you're too good for us, you'll be good riding solo

    Yeah, I think we've seen enough, seen enough
    To know that you ain't ever gonna come down
    So, why don't you giddy up, giddy up
    And ride straight out of this town
    You and your high horse
    You and your high horse

    High horse
    You ain't ever gonna come down
    You ain't ever gonna come down Writer/s: Thomas James Schleiter, Kacey Lee Musgraves, Trenton Kelly Dabbs
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
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