Every Wonder Why (Album Version)

Every Wonder Why (Album Version)

Ryan Bingham

If you ever see me walking down the side of the road
Do you ever stop and wonder why
Would you think it's lost that I paid the cost
Stop and give a poor boy a ride
And forget my past

'Cause if I ever get home
I'm never gonna worry 'bout the things that I could've done
'Cause I've done a lot of things I could've done better
But now it don't matter none

'Cause I've raised my glass

I fell in love and then lost touch
I dropped it and broke her heart
I drove off a cliff
And I barely missed
Walkin' days through the park

With a selfish boy

But I have not forgot that the food in the pot ain't cookin' for a boy like me
I been fightin' all night with the dogs in the alley, looking for a bone to eat
Been starving to death

Everybody's troubled with the hustle and the bustle
The payment on the house is late
If I ever have a problem like that
I guess I'll be in pretty good shape

You can kiss my ass goodbye

'Cause when I feel the wind blow
See a ghost in the road
And headlights are a beautiful sight

And out in the desert
I can sit under them heavens
And watch the sun keep settin' for miles

And here comes another song

Then I take a pen and a little piece of paper
I scribble on down the lines
And what you're hearing now
Is something I found
Hidin' way down inside

With the cellar of my heart

And I hope everybody had a real good time
I hope I didn't bring you down
These ain't sad songs
So don't take 'em wrong
I haven't been home in a while

Well, I'll see you all around

Written by BINGHAM, GEORGE RYAN
Published by Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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