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A moonlit night, there's no need for headlights
This beat up truck could damn near drive itself
You tried hard not show it, and we both know where it's goin'
And if I can't find the words for how I feel

I'll give you a ring, so your eyes can't tell me no
So your reaction won't bring out my insecurities
I'm gonna give you a ring, and tell you how I feel
It might make more sense on a telephone line than right here in front of
You
I'll give you a ring

It's been five years since you left, and we've both got our regrets
But it made me smile to hear you're back in town
Let's look past our mistakes, there's a chance we've gotta take
Let those walls around our hearts come crumblin' to the ground

I'll give you a ring, so your eyes can't tell me no
So your reaction won't bring out my insecurities
I'm gonna give you a ring, and tell you how I feel
It might make more sense on a telephone line than right here in front of
You
I'll give you a ring

Are you still with me, all those memories
From our first kiss to me down here on my knee
So I can give you this ring, I pray your eyes don't tell me no
Hope your reaction won't bring out my insecurity
I'm gonna give you a ring, to show you how I feel
Well always and forever's what I mean
I'll give you a ring



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