Lost You Anyway

Album: That Don't Make Me a Bad Guy (2008)
Charted: 69
  • Maybe you were right, Maybe I could have changed
    Sittin' here alone tonight thinkin' 'bout a lot of things
    What's a man to say when all the questions start
    Hell I know deep down inside my broken heart

    Could've tried just a little bit harder
    Kissed you just a little bit sweeter
    Held on just a little bit longer
    Dug down just a little bit deeper
    Let the world revolve around you
    And give you the stars above
    Loved you just enough to make you stay
    And I'd lost you anyway

    I hate it when it's like this, baby it's like that now
    Nothing I can say to you, you even care to talk about
    How you gonna dress it up, wrap it in a pretty bow
    When it's gone, it's gone for good, baby at least I know

    Could've tried just a little bit harder
    Kissed you just a little bit sweeter
    Held on just a little bit longer
    Dug down just a little bit deeper
    Let the world revolve around you
    And give you the stars above
    Loved you just enough to make you stay
    And I'd lost you anyway

    Let the world revolve around you
    And given you the stars above
    Loved you just enough to make you stay
    And I'd lost you anyway Writer/s: Toby Keith, Bobby Pinson
    Publisher: Tokeco Tunes, BMG Rights Management, DO WRITE MUSIC LLC
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