Keep On Lovin' You

Album: Steel Magnolia (2009)
Charted: 68
  • Woo
    Ooh-hoo
    Oh-oh

    Maybe life has got you run down
    I think it's time girl, that we slow down
    So take a look, it's almost sundown

    So why don't you lay right here?
    Let me just ease your mind
    I'm givin' you all my time
    I'm gonna keep on, keep on, lovin' you

    Strong and slow
    The way that you want me to
    Baby my whole life through
    I'm gonna keep on, keep on, lovin' you

    And when that morning sun is dawning
    Baby, both of us should call in
    We got too much love to fall in

    So why don't you lay right here?
    Let me just ease your mind
    I'm givin' you all my time
    I'm gonna keep on, keep on, lovin' you

    Strong and slow
    The way that you want me to
    Baby my whole life through
    I'm gonna keep on, keep on lovin' you (oh)

    Oh
    Why don't you lay right here?
    Let me just ease your mind
    I'm givin' you all my time
    I'm gonna keep on, keep on

    Strong and slow
    The way that you want me to
    Baby my whole life through
    I'm gonna keep on, keep on, lovin' you

    Strong and slow
    The way that you want me to (the way that you want me to)
    Baby my whole life through
    I'm gonna keep on, keep on, keep on, lovin' you

    Oh yeah (I'm gonna)
    Woo
    I'm gonna keep on, keep on, lovin' you Writer/s: Trent Wayne Willmon, Chris Stapleton
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Spirit Music Group, CALHOUN ENTERPRISES
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Peter from Not Brockton, MaMeghan Linsey was running karaoke at a bar called "Buckwild saloon" in Downtown Nashville prior to winning CMT's "Can you duet" with her boyfriend Joshua Jones. Josh used to park cars for a living and would come into Buckwild saloon to hang out with Meghan and have some fun singing karaoke.
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