Save Your Sin

Album: Pain Killer (2014)
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  • I ain't your mama
    I ain't your priest
    I got no time to waste on your saving grace
    So, get up off your knees please

    I ain't whiskey in a bottle,
    I won't let you forget
    No shot of Novocaine
    No holy water, cleansing rain
    To save your neck

    Save your sin for someone else
    Save your sin for someone else
    Save your sin for someone else
    Oh, oh, oh, not for me

    Find yourself a back road
    Drive 'til it runs outta dirt
    Go on and scream it to the sky
    Your filthy lies go on
    Confess until it hurts

    Save your sin for someone else
    Save your sin for someone else
    Save your sin for someone else
    Oh, oh, oh, not for me

    Jump in the river, let me go
    Ain't deep enough to save your soul
    Jump in the river, disappear
    Can't be the one to judge you dear

    Save your sin for someone else
    Save your sin for someone else
    Save your sin for someone else
    Oh, oh, oh, not for me Writer/s: HILLARY LINDSEY, LIZ ROSE, LORI MCKENNA
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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