Nothing to Lose

Album: Keep On Loving You (2009)
  • Well, I'm sitting on the bus
    Rolling down through Georgia
    Don't know where I'm going
    And I don't care what's new
    I've got nothing to lose

    Well, I've had no sleep
    Going on three days
    Smoked my last cigarette
    Somewhere near Atlanta
    It's true, I've got nothing to lose

    Nothing to lose since I've lost you
    Feeling all alone
    Used to have it all and now my heart is gone
    It's true, I've got nothing to lose

    Well, we're coming up on Macon
    Gonna rest here a spell
    Making idle conversation
    With a stranger without you
    I've got nothing to lose

    Nothing to lose since I've lost you
    Feeling all alone
    Used to have it all and now my heart is gone
    It's true, I've got nothing to lose

    Ooh, nothing to lose
    Ooh, since I lost you

    You left me with no worry
    You left with no cares
    And you took my whole life with you
    And you left me standing there
    It's true, I've got nothing to lose

    Nothing to lose since I've lost you
    Feeling all alone
    Used to have it all and now my heart is gone
    It's true, I've got nothing to lose

    Yes, it's true
    I've got nothing to lose

    I've got nothing, nothing left to lose
    I've got nothing, nothing left to lose
    I've got nothing, nothing left to lose
    I've got nothing, nothing left to lose

    Nothing left to lose Writer/s: KIM FOX
    Publisher: Songtrust Ave, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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