Tin Man

Album: The Weight of These Wings (2016)
Charted: 75
  • Hey there, Mr. Tin Man
    You don't know how lucky you are
    You shouldn't spend your whole life wishin'
    For something bound to fall apart
    Every time you're feeling empty
    Better thank your lucky stars
    If you ever felt one breaking
    You'd never want a heart

    Hey there, Mr. Tin Man
    You don't know how lucky you are
    I've been on the road that you're on
    It didn't get me very far
    You ain't missing nothing
    'Cause love is so damn hard
    Take it from me, darling
    You don't want a heart

    Hey there, Mr. Tin Man
    I'm glad we talked this out
    You can take mine if you want it
    It's in pieces now
    By the way there, Mr. Tin Man
    If you don't mind the scars
    You give me your armor
    And you can have my heart Writer/s: Miranda Lambert, Jack Ingram, Jon Randall
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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