Bring It on Home

Album: New To This Town (2012)
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  • I was lookin' for a slow down,
    When you came around,
    I just didn't know how
    I never left a bar room, or beer joint, till the lights went out
    But in the middle of a long slow kiss, the light came on
    I been doin' this all wrong, I think I'm gonna try holdin' on

    All my life, I been runnin'
    And all these nights, I've wasted
    All this time, I've been on the move
    I think I'm gonna stop now and just bring it on home to you

    Yeah this is where I use to make my moves, slip on my boots
    I quit good stayin' here, just layin' here, tangled up in you
    I just never found that one I couldn't resist
    I could get use to this, I think I gonna need one more kiss

    All my life, I been runnin'
    And all these nights,I've wasted
    All this time, I've been on the move
    I think I'm gonna stop now and just bring it on home with you baby
    By my side, not gonna let love pass me by
    Not this time, c'mon

    All my life, I been runnin'
    And all these nights,I've wasted
    All this time, I've been on the move
    I think I'm gonna stop now and just bring it on home to you
    Gonna bring it on home, gonna shake it on out
    Just me and you in this big old house
    Gonna have a time gonna find a place in sun now baby
    Gonna bring it on home gonna lay it on down
    Gonna feel the way that I feelin' now forever baby yeah
    Gonna bring it on home, gonna bring it on home, gonna bring it on homeWriter/s: DALLAS DAVIDSON, KIX BROOKS, RHETT AKINS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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