Truck Stop Blues

Album: Not Without A Fight (2009)
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  • Oh, that was such a short goodbye
    Never get to say exactly what I want in front of you
    I always fall apart at the worst thoughts of crashing down
    I know you know this isn't what you signed up for

    I'll never let this go
    I'm in a different state every night
    We're kept together
    By highways and telephone lines

    I'll never let this go
    I'm in a different state every night
    We're kept together
    By highways and telephone lines

    The mile markers help me countdown
    The next time I'll be around
    The only thing I'll leave my own
    Is fallen leaves covering the ground
    And I'll tell the sheriff your complexion
    I hope you know I was waiting for

    I'll never let this go
    I'm in a different state every night
    We're kept together
    By highways and telephone lines

    I'll never let this go
    I'm in a different state every night
    We're kept together
    By highways and telephone lines

    A long road, I've seen it all
    Never wanting to look back
    This long road, I've spent so much time
    I'm glad you're willing to waiting for me

    'Cause I'll never let this go
    I'm in a different state every night
    We're kept together
    By highways and telephone lines

    I'll never let this go, go
    I'm in a different state every night
    We're kept together
    By highways and telephone lines
    Writer/s: MIKE BURKETT
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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