LUKE BRYAN My First Love Song

Lyrics from muuchinima Sites LUKE BRYAN My First Love Song Lyrics, singer by LUKE BRYAN

Ridin’ down the road listenin’ to the radio
You leaned over and you turned it up
You said, Baby this is it,
The one I wanted you to hear.
Don’t it sound just like us?

Up ’til then, all I’d ever listened to was
a little Sweet Home…, Tuesday’s Gone,
and Working Man Blues.

[Chorus:]
This is my first love song
First time I felt the words
First time I sang along
Whenever it comes on
I just think of you and everything you do
You’re my one, my from-now-on
My first love song

Baby I’m not who I was
You gave me your love and it woke me up,
made me more aware of somethin’ deep inside
Somethin’ that I have,
A life I want to share
And I’ll rememebr this as long as I live
Every note, every word, every single kiss

This is my first love song
First time I felt the words,
First time I sang along
Whenever it comes on,
I just think of you and everything you do
You’re my one, my from now on..
My first love song

Baby… [Repeat chorus]

Yeah baby
My first love song

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FRANK TURNER Pass It Along

Lyrics from muuchinima Sites FRANK TURNER Pass It Along Lyrics, singer by FRANK TURNER

Somewhere in the back bar by the side of a motorway
Someone takes a breath and takes the stage, then starts to play
In the back of a thousand bars and by the side of a thousand roads
Worn wood, rusted bronze and honest toil explode.

They cast long shadows in the evening sun
But when the morning comes they?ve moved along
They cast long shadows in the evening sun
But when the morning comes they?ve moved along

Hey hey Mr. Dylan I have written you a song
About the river of new singers that still rolls along.
So here?s to Ragan, here?s to Marwood,
Here?s to Tim and Jonah too
Here?s to the ones who have to take the stage and sing the truth.

They cast long shadows in the evening sun
But when the morning comes they?ve moved along
They cast long shadows in the evening sun
But when the morning comes they?ve moved along

Sing till you sweat for the spirit of the age,
Sing life to lines that are dead on the page,
Sing for your sorrow, your wisdom, your rage, sing out.
Sing for the records you played till they broke,
For the parts where you insisted that nobody spoke
Sing for the words that you know but they still make you choke
Sing out.

Cast a long shadows in the evening sun
And when the morning comes, pass it along
Cast a long shadows in the evening sun
But when the morning comes, pass it along
Cast a long shadows in the evening sun
And when the morning comes, pass it along
Cast a long shadows in the evening sun
And when the morning comes, pass it along

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FEAR FACTORY Final Exit

Lyrics from muuchinima Sites FEAR FACTORY Final Exit Lyrics, singer by FEAR FACTORY

Your Life no longer has any value
Let them tell you what your own life is worth
There is no compassion as life fades away
This self deliverance the choice you have made
Contemplate your last breath
As you see the face of death
Contemplate your last breath
Breath, slowly breath
Goodbye
The pain in your life I cannot perceive
Crimes of humanity I see and believe
Contemplate your last breath
As you see the face of death
Contemplate your last breath
Breath, slowly breath
Goodbye
Like the knife that cuts through me
Stabbing uncertainty
It bleeds my life I know
Draining my heart my soul…
Contemplate your last breath
Breath, slowly breath
Goodbye
Goodbye

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LUKE BRYAN I’ll Stay Me

Lyrics from muuchinima Sites LUKE BRYAN I’ll Stay Me Lyrics, singer by LUKE BRYAN

[Verse 1]

T-shirt, blue jeans don’t like much on TV
Caviar and a Triscut ain’t no redeye gravy on a biscut.
My deep Southern drawl makes the conversation crawl
You’re gonna have to hang around long enough to hear me out.
Some folks aren’t happy like they are.
Some wanna take things just a little too far.

[Chorus 1]

Singers wanna be Hollywood actors
And millionaires wanna ride old farm tractors
I am just what I am, I’m just what you see.
So I’ll make it easy, I’ll stay me.

[Verse 2]

My granny and pawpaw still missing Hee Haw
I love my little town where the people don’t let you down
There’s a girl down the street got a kiss just waitin on me
Hot dog sweet potato fries when I go over tonight.
She knows exactly who I am
A soft touchin’ her love loving, hard working man.

[Chorus 2]

Quarterbacks wanna play lead guitar
And supermodels want smaller body parts
Change is good sometimes, but I still believe
I’m gonna make it easy, I’ll stay me.

I’ll stay me, I’m gonna make it easy, I’ll stay me.

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FRANK TURNER Sailor’s Boots

Lyrics from muuchinima Sites FRANK TURNER Sailor’s Boots Lyrics, singer by FRANK TURNER

If I had been born two hundred years ago
I would have been a sailor, and sailing I would go
I’d sail around the Capes and across the seven seas and then back home
If I had been born two hundred years ago

And I would know the waters, and the waters would know me
I would cut across the waves, and be as happy as can be
I’d be landless, I’d be loveless, I’d be flight and fancy-free
I would know the waters, and the waters would know me

And when I think about the place and time where I was born
I wonder if the hands of faith had slipped and placed me wrong
’cause there are ships I could have sailed and sailors boots I could have worn
When I think about the place and time where I was born

But the ocean is still out there, magnificent and wide
She’s got open arms to hold me, and endless space to hide
And the only things that hold me back are things I hold inside
The ocean is still out there, magnificent and wide

Sailing I should go

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LUKE BRYAN We Rode In Trucks

Lyrics from muuchinima Sites LUKE BRYAN We Rode In Trucks Lyrics, singer by LUKE BRYAN

Down where I was born was heaven on earth.
The Flint River washes that red Georgia dirt.
The sun sets slow and the stars shine bright.
We raised cotton, corn, a little cane, and kids.
You either lived on a farm or wish you did.
Jesus always walked close by our side.
Where I grew up, we rode in trucks.

[Verse 2]

There’s a lot about life you can learn on a bus,
How to lie, how to fight, how to kiss, how to cuss.
The closer we sat to the back, the smarter we got.
We were poor, we were ugly, we were all best friends.
Wide-eyed, baptized, and still wantin’ to sin.
Thank God we get more than just one shot.
Where I grew up, we rode in trucks.

[Chorus]

That’s us, haulin’ hay in the field with the radio on.
That’s us, headin’ straight into town when the work was done.
In my mind, I can still see us now, ridin’ down Buck Island Road.
It wasn’t that long ago.

[Verse 3]

We thought tobacco and beer in a can
Was all it would take to be like our old man.
But I saw how it made my momma cry.
It was huntin’ and fishin’ and football games.
Then it was girls, and everything changed, in our lives,
Fallin’ in and out of love, we rode in trucks.

[Chorus 2]

That’s us with our tailgates down in the parking lot.
That’s us with mud on our tires when it rained a lot.
In my mind, I can still see us now, ridin’ down Buck Island Road.
It wasn’t that long ago, it’s apart of my soul. Yeah.

Down where I was born, was heaven on earth.
The Flint River washes that red Georgia dirt.
The sun sets slow and the stars shine bright.
Where I grew up, we rode in trucks.

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