Pray For You

Album: The Swon Brothers (2014)
  • Well I've been where you've been my friend
    I felt the rain fall sideways
    Hell on wheels in the fast lane
    Down the crooked highway
    And I've been through that perfect storm
    My heart was wrecked, my soul was torn
    And I know, I know, I know
    And I know, I know, I know

    Sometimes you need more than whiskey
    Sometimes wisdom just won't do
    Well I ain't gonna judge you
    I'm just gonna love you
    Tonight I'm gonna pray for you

    Your mamma's cried, your daddy's tried
    Your friends have all but left you
    You had an angel in your arms
    But you let her go, I bet you
    I tried my best to numb the hurt
    Sometimes you can't find peace on earth
    And I know, I know, I know
    Well I know, I know, I know

    Sometimes you need more than whiskey
    Sometimes wisdom just won't do
    Well I ain't gonna judge you
    I'm just gonna love you
    Tonight I'm gonna pray for you

    And I know, I know, I know
    Somebody pray for me
    And I know, I know, I'll know
    That heaven's listening
    And I know, I know, I know
    That you don't know my name
    But I know, I know, I know
    I know, I know, I know

    Sometimes you need more than whiskey
    Sometimes wisdom just won't do
    Well I ain't gonna judge you
    I'm just gonna love you
    Tonight I'm gonna pray for you Writer/s: TOMMY LEE JAMES, ERIC PASLAY, JESSI LEIGH ALEXANDER
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Spirit Music Group, BMG Rights Management
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