Just Like Them Horses

Album: Love Somebody (2015)
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  • She held him close, then she kissed his face
    He said it just has to be this way
    Yours is the heart I'll always keep
    I'm not gone even if I leave

    If you love me, don't you be afraid
    To look in my eyes and open up the gate
    Then watch me ride beneath a newborn sun
    Just like them horses
    When it's time to run

    He said, Chockie Mountain is calling me
    Gonna take a walk up where I can sing
    Turn and face that western wind
    Oh, and I'll be home again

    If you love me, don't you be afraid
    To look in my eyes and open up the gate
    Then watch me ride beneath a newborn sun
    Just like them horses
    When it's time to run

    Oh, just like them horses

    She held his hand, he took one last breath
    Then she walked out to the front porch step
    Stared at the sky, tears on her face
    And she swore she could hear him say

    If you love me, don't you be afraid
    To look in my eyes and open up the gate
    Then watch me ride beneath a newborn sun
    Just like them horses
    When it's time to run

    Just like them horses
    When it's time to run
    When it's time to run
    When it's time to run

    Now it's time to run

    Just like them horses, ooh
    Just like them horses
    Oh, now it's time to run Writer/s: LIZ HENGBER, TOMMY LEE JAMES
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, STARSTRUCK WRITERS GROUP LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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