One More Sad Song

Album: Trouble (2013)
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  • We're on a road to nowhere,
    I don't know how we got there;
    Some wrong turn somewhere.
    Maybe I just stopped trying;
    There's just no justifying and now we're dying!

    I can tell which way that you're leaning
    Don't know what it is but I got a feelin'
    You're almost all gone
    I'm scared that when you start believing
    You and me baby will end up being one more sad song

    How will I live without you?
    Who will I be in these shoes?
    Once I've lost all that I can lose
    Even if you forgave me
    I don't know if I could make it
    But that's our whole problem maybe

    I can tell which way that you're leaning
    Don't know what it is but I got a feelin'
    You're almost all gone
    I'm scared that when you start believing
    You and me baby will end up being, one more sad song

    About someone who had it all let it all go wrong

    I can tell which way that you're leaning
    Don't know what it is but I got a feelin'
    You're almost all gone
    I'm scared that when you start believing
    You and me baby will end up being, one more sad song

    I can tell which way that you're leaning
    Don't know what it is but I got a feelin'
    You're almost all gone
    I'm scared that when you start believing
    You and me baby will end up being, one more sad song Writer/s: RANDY ROGERS, SEAN MCCONNELL, SEAN MICHAEL MCCONNELL
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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