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Chris Young – Forgiveness lyrics

Found A quarter on the sidewalk
A love letter in a shoebox
I found a snake underneath a rock
Wish I could find forgiveness
A sand dollar on the seashore
An old dresser in an antique store
A rustly whistle in the bottom drawer
Wish I could find forgiveness

[Chorus:]
It ain't hiding in no bottle on a shelf
Or lying in the bed of someone else
I can't feel it on some Sunday morning pew
And one sleepless night it dawned on me
The piece I need so desperately
Is buried in the one place I can't get to
Girl, it's gotta come from you

Was too stubborn for my own good
I never listend like I knew I should
I don'd deserve it but I wish you would
Find me some forgiveness
For every night I wasn't there
For all the times I didn't care
I admit It was never fair
Wish I could find forgiveness

[Repeat Chorus]

I've seen a broom run across a floor
Talking with it that was there before
And that's the kind of clean I came here looking for

[Repeat Chorus]

Wish I could find forgiveness



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