Songs of the TRACY LAWRENCE

I Threw The Rest Away – Tracy Lawrence

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I recognized his handsome face It was none of my business, but I had to know What he was doing in this kind of place Cause he used to

Meant To Be – Tracy Lawrence

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A crowded room, a sudden glance More than just coincidence Meant to be… .you and me To see the look that’s in your eyes Makes the tears well up

It’s Hard To Be An Outlaw – Tracy Lawrence

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Skidmarks on the road Things I grew up doing I never did out grow In the middle of those running years She walked into my life She couldn’t get

I Know That Hurt By Heart – Tracy Lawrence

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A great place to come and hide from the blues Hey, I don’t mean to intrude But I’ve seen that look before I’ve heard that slamming door too Just

If The Good Die Young – Tracy Lawrence

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In the backyard playing in a big mudhole I was all decked out, ready for church Had my brand new suit all covered in dirt Mama hit the ceiling

Hillbilly With A Heartache – Tracy Lawrence

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Nadine down at the hair salon promised she would be his bride He took it hard when she ran off with the beauty supply salesman But that’s how romance

Somebody Paints The Wall – Tracy Lawrence

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I’d have to shoot it Lord the day my ship came in I was waiting for a train Everytime I get a grip, I always lose it I can’t

Just You And Me – Tracy Lawrence

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We ain’t in no hurry I see the fear in your eyes But girl don’t you worry I’ll keep the candles lit all night So you’ll know everythings all

Is That A Tear – Tracy Lawrence

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‘Cause the last thing that I’d heard from her Was she’d found Mr. Right But when I came home this evenin’ There it was on my machine Now I’m

Think of Me – Tracy Lawrence

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On the graveyard shift a call comes in A senseless killin’ Blue lights flashin’, white chalk line I still get queasy but I’ll be fine The good Lord willin’