Rock On

Album: Fight Like Hell (2016)
Charted: 62
  • Girl I really did mean it when I wished you the best
    Good to hear you're killin' it way out west
    Finding your own way didn't take too long
    And baby rock on, rock on

    It's getting tough keeping up with where you are
    Postin' pics like some big Hollywood star
    Guess every club in town is playin' your song
    And baby rock on, rock on

    Rock on like you don't miss me
    Rock on like it's all good
    Rock on 'til you forget me
    Just like you said you would
    I gotta tell you I can't stand
    The thought of someone else holding that hand
    I should have put a rock on

    Yeah I do a lot of thinking about wantin' you back
    But I don't know about all dolled up like that
    If my homegrown country girl is long gone
    Then baby rock on, rock on

    Rock on like you don't miss me
    Rock on like it's all good
    Rock on 'til you forget me
    Just like you said you would
    I gotta tell you I can't stand
    The thought of someone else holding that hand
    I should have put a rock on

    Yeah, rock on

    I saw your hashtag diggin' on some new dude
    Girl you left me with nothing else to do

    Rock on like I don't miss you
    Rock on like it's all good
    Rock on 'til I forget you
    Just like I wish I would
    I gotta tell you I can't stand
    The thought of someone else holding that hand
    I should have put a rock on
    And baby rock on, yeah I should have put a rock on
    Yeah baby rock on

    Yeah I really did mean it when I wished you the best Writer/s: Casey Beathard, Tucker Beathard, Marla Cannon-Goodman
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Bluewater Music Corp.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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