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Kyle Bennett Band – Donnelly Drive lyrics

I got a girl back in Fort Worth that means the world to me
Her eyes are green, green as the emerald sea
She left me not so long ago
I headed down to Port Aransas for the Gulf Coast, baby
Here I sit alone out on the sand
Watchin' pieces of my life go through my hands
Bein' out here is what I needed most
I try like hell, but I can't escape your ghost

Take me back to Donnelly Drive
Back to a time when I was still alive
Close my eyes, see it in my mind
Take me back to Donnelly Drive

I long to hold you, but I don't think that I can
I sit and think of why I'm such a foolish man
'Cause losin' you is the worst thing that I've done
Deep in my heart I know that you're the only one now
Took a walk down the beach to clear my mind
Wishin' someone would turn back the hands of time
To when I held you, to when I felt so free
I'm hopin' one day that you just might remember me

Take me back to Donnelly Drive
Back to a time when I was still alive
Close my eyes, see it in my mind
Take me back to Donnelly Drive

I got a girl back in Fort Worth that means the world to me



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/k/kyle_bennett_band/donnelly_drive.html

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