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"Two Lanes Of Freedom" by Tim Mcgraw, which was released in 2013 and consists of 14 songs.
Annie I Owe You A Dance
I was running late again, picking up a few things
And there you were on isle 13.
I felt that old rush, when you saw me you blushed
Like you did when you were sweet sixteen.
They said you looked lost on the dancefloor,
With a lonely look in your eyes.
Don't know why I didn't show, to this day I still don't know
For once I wish I hadn't thought twice.
Then your folks split up and you moved to Colorado,
And I headed out to Tennessee.
Book Of John
We were sittin' round the supper table
And the buzz of the frigid air
Was the only sound til Mama laid down
A book she found upstairs
It was covered in dust in the back of the closet
We almost tossed it out
We could've lost all those memories
There was a picture of Mama in the pourin' rain
Friend Of A Friend
I heard it from a friend of a friend
You're livin' out in LA now
Got a studio apartment, couple blocks off the beach
Doing yoga in the evenings, you love the kids you teach
I heard it from a friend of a friend
You met somebody in a coffee shop
You've been goin' out now, for goin' on ten months
You already met his family, things are heatin' up
Highway Don't Care
Bet your windowís rolled down and your hairís pulled back
I bet you got no idea youíre going way too fast
And youíre trying not to think about what went wrong
Trying not to stop til you get where you goiní
Trying to stay awake so I bet you turned on the radio
And the song goes
I canít live without you, I canít live without you baby
I canít live without you, I canít live without you baby, baby
The highway wonít hold you tonight
The highway donít know youíre alive
It's Your World
Hey hey hey, hey hey hey [x2]
It's your bed that we sleep in,
It's your smile up on the wall.
It's your night, it's your weekend,
And when it's over, it's your call.
Your rain, your sky, your sunshine in my eyes,
Your end, your beginning,
It's your world, I'm just living in it.
Let Me Love It Out Of You
I know you're mad,
And I'm to blame for that.
Yes, I'm sorry again,
For the things I did, the words I said,
If I could I'd take it back.
Why waste the wine in this glass,
The love in this room,
To making up, girl
We're so good at that.
I'm sittin' here stoned, at Tortilla Jo's
Nobody knows my name and that's alright with me.
She said adios, so I said hello
Don Julio, top shelf, self help remedy
Sure was good to know you
I still wanna hold ya,
But I know it's over.
You ain't coming back.
This ain't California,
Nashville Without You
It'd be just another river town
Streets would have a different sound
There'd be no honky tonks with whiskey rounds
No dreamers chasin' dreams down
No tourists takin' in the sights
No Stetsons under Broadway lights
No pickers playin' for pocket change
No rhinestone boots on an old church stage
Oh, he listens to the countdown, every Sunday morning
From a cold solitary prison cell
And the music from his radio is like freedom down a dirt toad
Makes that eight by ten a brighter hill
Before he started doing all the hard time that he's doing
He was singing in them honky-tonks and dives
He dreamed of being somebody, now he's number 37405
Well she used to come and see him, every other weekend
One Of Those Nights
Sheís getting dressed up, putting on that lipstick
Shimmy-shakin right into them cut-offs baby, oh yeah
Youíre getting of work, cashing up that paycheck
Gotta change that shirt and pick that girl up on her front step
Here she comes now looking so fine
Youíve been waiting on this night for such a long, long time
She slides in and you rode down main street,
You turn right when that red light turns green
Sun sets now youíre halfway to heaven
Now I ain't sayin' them LA ladies don't know what they're doin'
And I been in love with New York City a time or two
I had some Seattle coffee, some Chicago wind
Some Kansas sweet fields I'd love to see again
But the fireflies play where the cattails grow
And them southern girls, they talk nice and slow with
Kisses sweeter than Tupelo honey
Little bit crazy like New Orleans
Memphis blue and Daytona sunny
I had tinted windows on my first car,
We used to park out by the reservoir.
We had the water, radio and the stars,
Never had to worry our friends would come knocking on those
Tinted windows covered in steam,
Floorboard piled up with t-shirts and jeans.
You didn't know what you were doing to me,
But I was so gone baby, I was so gone for you.
Got Lil' Wayne pumpin on my ipod
Pumpin on the subs in the back of my crew cab
Redneck rockin' like a rockstar
Sling a lil mud off the back, we can do that
Friday night football, Saturday Last Call, Sunday Hallelujah
If you like it up loud and you're hillbilly proud then you know what I'm
Let me hear you say, Truck Yeah
Wanna get jacked up Yeah
Two Lanes Of Freedom
Two hearts, two bucket seats, too much sun not to wear shades.
Boot to the pedal and pedal to the metal, we're the reason this road was paved yeah.
Now honey, how fast you wanna go, NASCAR driving Miss Daisy.
Radio loud, radio low, or I can sing if you want me to baby.
I can tell God's smiling down, I just get that feeling,
You and me going town to town, on two lanes of freedom.
Oh, no red lights or stop signs around for miles,
Just swaying trees, your hair in the breeze, and that smile, and I know
God made old country roads for driving and dreaming,
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