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Tim Mcgraw – Still lyrics

There's a place I wanna to go
Where I can hear the cotton grow
Midnight train whistles blow
A dozen miles down the road
Adn all I have to do is be still

There's a place I need to be
Mom and Dad my brother and me
First time I ever saw the beach
Back to 1983
And all I have to do is just be still

When the road gets crazy
And tries to break me
And I've had all I can stand
I can close my eyes no matter where I am
And just be still

There's a place I love to be
Where it's just my baby and me
Close enough to feel the heat
All wound up beneath the sheets
And all I have to do is just be still

When the road gets crazy
And tries to break me
And I've had all I can stand
I can close my eyes no matter where I am
And just be still

There's a place I need to go
Where stained glass windows glow
Every part of me is known
Thank God I can go there
Thank God I can go there

Still



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