I'm to Blame

Album: Wild Ones (2015)
Charted: 100
  • If it ain't broke, you can bet that I'm gonna break it
    If there's a wrong road, I'm damn sure gonna take it
    Where there's smoke, my pocket lighter sparked the fire
    Where there's blue lights, just read me my rights

    No, they don't make guys like me, you get exactly what you see
    I come from a long line of bloodline that ain't gonna change
    So, take your pistol-pointing finger right off of the trigger
    I know where to aim, hell, I'm to blame

    Where there's a love, I tell ya, girl, I love to hate it
    Where there's a "do not touch", my finger print done stained it
    Where there's a train wreck, sit on back and watch me crash
    Where there's a "what you say?" damn right I said it

    No, they don't make guys like me, you get exactly what you see
    I come from a long line of bloodline that ain't gonna change
    So, take your pistol-pointing finger right off of the trigger
    I know where to aim, hell, I'm to blame

    For breaking your heart, taking this living a little too hard
    Drinking too much and playing too loud, where there's a scar I carved it out

    No, they don't make guys like me, you get exactly what you see
    I come from a long line of bloodline that ain't gonna change
    So, take your pistol-pointing finger right off of the trigger
    I know where to aim, hell, I'm to blame

    I know where to aim, hell, I'm to blame, hey Writer/s: JUSTIN MICHAEL WEAVER, KIP MOORE, WESTIN DAVIS
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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