Power of a Song

Album: How Country Feels (2013)
  • He hadn't told his kids, he hadn't told his wife
    Made plans to leave it all, leave it all behind that night,
    He had his car gassed up, he had his suitcase packed
    He planned to hit the road, he hit hard and not look back
    He made it 40 miles out of town
    Turned on that radio and turned that car around

    That's the power of a song
    When it grabs you by the heart
    It's gonna find you when it wants to
    No matter where you are
    That's a miracle of music
    Love's the only thing as strong
    That can move you when you hear it
    That's the power, the power of a song

    His voice inside her head said, you're not strong enough
    But in her heart she knows, that love shouldn't hurt that much
    Knew what her future held, like the back of his hand
    She tried a hundred times, but she couldn't leave that man
    She made it 40 miles out of town
    And turned up that radio and never turned that car around

    Well that's the power of a song
    When it grabs you by the heart
    It's gonna find you when it wants to
    No matter where you are
    That's the miracle of music
    Love's the only thing as strong
    That can move you when you hear it
    That's the power, the power of a song

    That's the miracle of music
    Love's the only thing as strong
    That can move you when you hear it
    That's the power, the power of a song Writer/s: COREY BATTEN, KENT BLAZY, RANDY HOUSER
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, ME GUSTA MUSIC
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