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Country - Contemporary | BIRMINGHAM, Alabama, United States
Total Song Plays: 3,196   
Member Since: 2005
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Song Description

Feel-good song about lost love. Texas Swing a la Lyle Lovett; Merle Haggard. Good dance, two-step beat


You've got me reachin' for the phone
You've got me headin' out the door
You've got me gettin' in my car
Can't live without you anymore

Ever since you went away
I've had nothin' but the blues
What good is crying everyday-
All these tears get in the way-
There must be something I can do

You've got me searchin' high and low
You've got me runnin' everywhere
I don't care where I have to go
Just as long as you are there

You left this hole here in my heart
That I can only fill with you
So I will try to find a way
Think of something I can say
think of something I can do

(Instrumental break)

The way I treated you was wrong
But I have never been untrue
Are you feelin' just like me?
Are you longin' for me too?

Until I find you in my arms
I'll keep lookin' for a clue
Until I finally get you back
I'll get my train back on the track
And make my destination: you
I'll keep lookin' for a way
Think of somethin' I can say
Think of somethin' I can do

Song Length
Country - Boogie, Country - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Charming, Composed

Subject Matter
Lost Love, Heartbreak

Similar Artists
Garth Brooks, Willie Nelson
1950 - 1959

Lyric Credits james jackson aycock
Music Credits james jackson aycock
Producer Credits jim aycock, ken talley, roger phillips
Publisher Credits James Jackson Aycock Publishing
Performance Credits Jim Aycock and One of Us