Slow Me Down

Album: Slow Me Down (2013)
Charted: 89
  • Wheels are turning in my mind
    Don't want to leave, but I might this time
    Seconds from whispering goodbye
    Yeah, the wheels are turning in my mind

    If all that's left to do is walk away
    Then, baby, I'm as gone as yesterday
    But if there's something you still need to say
    You need to say it now
    Hurry up and slow me down
    Slow me down

    If you let this train roll down these tracks
    Going to wish you tried to talk me back
    Boy, you're going to miss everything we had
    If you let this train roll down these tracks

    If all that's left to do is walk away
    Then, baby, I'm as gone as yesterday
    But if there's something you still need to say
    You need to say it now
    Hurry up and slow me down
    Slow me down

    The wheels are turning in my mind
    Don't want to leave, but I might this time

    If all that's left to do is walk away
    Then, baby, I'm as gone as yesterday
    But if there's something you still need to say
    You need to say it now (you need say it now)
    Oh, you need to say it now (you need to say it now)
    Hurry up and slow me down
    Slow me down

    Slow me down Writer/s: HEATHER LYNN MORGAN, MARV GREEN, JIMMY ROBBINS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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