Songs of the DIERKS BENTLEY

I Can’t Forget Her – Dierks Bentley

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And I hear they’ve settled down somewhere out west Well I guess it’s for the best Here in Del Rio Nothin’ seems to change except the weather And I

Cab Of My Truck – Dierks Bentley

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Crumpled up cans and a beat up bag of red man chew Fix a flat, jonny cash box set Half a dozen parking ickets that I aint paid yet

Soon As You Can – Dierks Bentley

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I was supposed to say in LA a few more weeks But the next time that old sun and I meet up I’ll be a thousand miles east Fifty

Every Mile A Memory – Dierks Bentley

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Parkin’ lots, and billboards flyin’ by. Spanish mosques, little hick town squares; Wild roses on a river bank: girl its almost like you’re there Oh, every mile, a memory;

Lot Of Leavin Left To Do – Dierks Bentley

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They ain’t covered yet There’s at least another million miles Under these old bus treads So if you think I’m gonnna settle down I’ve got news for you I

Gonna Get There Someday – Dierks Bentley

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been doing alright in spite of myself just wish I could stop feeling bad when I pray But I know I’m gonna get there someday Got that job I

Life On The Run – Dierks Bentley

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Least not the one my Daddy gave me I took off the way I came Moonlight reflecting off the chrome She didn’t want my story, so I didn’t have

Good Things Happen – Dierks Bentley

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When you have flowers in you hair I see color and I hear sound And good things happen when you’re around I work hard for not much pay So

Little Heartwrecker – Dierks Bentley

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Ocean full of tears won’t drown the pain Take all your whiskey, pour it down the drain Ain’t nothin’ gonna make you feel better Oooh, she’s a little heartwrecker

Long Trip Alone – Dierks Bentley

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That lie along the road that we all must travel down So maybe you could walk with me a while And maybe I could rest beneath your smile Everybody