One More Song To Write

Album: Ride Me Back Home (2019)
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  • I got one more song to write
    And I've got one more bridge to burn
    I've got one more endless night
    One more lesson to be learned
    One more hill to climb
    And it's somewhere in my mind
    I'll know it when it's right
    I've got one more song to write

    I got one more horse to ride
    And no more secrets left to hide
    No more staring at the sun
    Just to watch them ponies run
    No more bounty to divide
    There ain't no secrets left to hide
    My life's an open book
    Turn the page and have a look

    I got one more song to write
    I've got one more bridge to burn
    I've got one more endless night
    One more lesson to be learned
    One more hill to climb
    And it's somewhere in my mind
    But I'll know it when it's right
    I've got one more song to write

    I got one more song to write
    I got one more bridge to burn
    I've got one more endless night
    One more lesson to be learned
    One more hill to climb
    And it's somewhere in my mind
    I'll know it when it's right
    I've got one more song to write Writer/s: Buddy Cannon, Willie Nelson
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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