All That's Left

  • Get your shoes on, get your suitcase, your stereo and all of your CDs
    No more talking, just start walking
    'Cause all that's left for you to do is leave
    Tell your lawyer it's all over
    Forget what he's got up his sleeve
    No more signing, no more whining
    'Cause all that's left for you to do is leave

    All that's left for you to do is leave
    Said goodbye a long, long time ago
    There's the door, there's your car, here's the keys
    And all that's left for you do is leave

    Leave the dog here, he don't like you
    And we'll go walking anytime we please
    Leave the cat here, leave my hat here
    'Cause all that's left for you to do is leave

    I'll keep the diamond on my finger and you keep all the bitter memories
    Leave the dishes, no more kisses
    'Cause all that's left for you to do is leave

    All that's left for you to do is leave
    Said goodbye a long, long time ago
    There's the door, there's your car, here's the keys
    And all that's left for you do is leave

    All that's left for you to do is leave
    Said goodbye a long, long time ago
    There's the door, there's your car, here's the keys
    And all that's left for you to do is leave

    There's the door, there's your car, here's the keys
    And all that's left for you to do is leave Writer/s: Miranda Leigh Lambert
    Publisher: GOOD HOME GROWN MUSIC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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