All Alright

Album: The Grohl Sessions Vol. 1 (2013)
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  • Made me grow
    Then you cut me down
    A north wind on a garden growin'
    You made me think you were mine
    Then you changed your mind
    I'm lost as a feather
    In a hurricane
    There's no way to measure
    If I'll ever ok, ok let me tell you
    There's no good reason why
    I can't move on
    I lay my heart on these tracks
    When your train comes along

    And it was all alright
    Now it's all all wrong
    That's just a-how
    It goes when you're gone

    You may not realize
    All the lies at the time but
    The truth will find you
    That storm is gonna come
    Gonna wash you away like Sodom and Gomorrah

    There's no good reason why
    We can't move on
    I lay my heart on these tracks
    When your train comes along

    And it was all alright
    Now it's all all wrong
    That's just a-how
    It goes when your gone

    Go out in circles
    Like an old golden bed
    As cold as the pillow
    By your empty nightstand
    Then somthin' comes over me
    I lose my head
    I guess God did not make me
    A one woman man

    I'd have a lot to give
    If I still gave a damn
    That's just how
    It goes when your gone

    And it was all alright
    Now it's all all wrong
    But that's just how
    It goes when your gone

    And it was all alright
    Now it's all wrong
    And that's just a-how
    It goes when your gone
    When your gone
    When your long long gone Writer/s: Eric Church, James De Martini, John Dirskell Hopkins, Wyatt Durrette, Zachry Alexander Brown
    Publisher: BLACKSTONE ENTERTAINMENT, O/B/O CAPASSO, REACH MUSIC PUBLISHING, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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