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We were getting' in the car that night
Somethin' didn't really feel quite right
She didn't grab my hand like she always does

It's like she was a million miles away
'Bout the time our song started to play
She had a heartbreak look in her eyes
You know the one that's gonna tell you goodbye

I turned the radio up, radio up loud
She was 'bout to tell me
She was leavin'
Leavin' our little town
I was only drowin' out what she had to say
I wish that song would've played all day
On the radio up, radio up loud
Maybe she'd still be here now

Thought if I could just play that song
It'd take her back to when our love ran strong
It'd get inside her hear and maybe change her mind

Three minutes full of memories
Would be enough to make her stay with me
But it's almost over, it's almost done
And then she's gonna tell me that she's movin' on

I turned the radio up, radio up loud
She was 'bout to tell me
She was leavin'
Leavin' our little town
I was only drowin' out what she had to say
I wish that song would've played all day
On the radio up, radio up loud
Maybe she'd still be here now



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