Tennessee Line Lyrics by Chris Daughtry

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Artist: Chris Daughtry
Album: Leave This Town

I open my lungs
To breathe in forgiveness and love
Haunting me now, reminders of how I used to be
I know down the road
My troubles are sure to follow
Looking out the window
Hell if I know where I will go
So I will just keep on driving

On my way to L.A.
Looking into the rear view
As the roads fade away
Sworn off my past
The first and last bad call that I ever made
Tell me how to make right
Every wrong turn I’ve learn
That this can all end tonight
Tennessee line just changed my mind
It’s my heart I’ll follow this time

Who would’ve known
That pride is so hard to swallow
As I rest on the shoulder of a road
Growing colder, with the trouble on I own
Should I just keep on driving

On my way to L.A.
Looking into the rear view
As the roads fade away
Sworn off my past
The first and last bad call that I ever made
Tell me how to make right
Every wrong turn I’ve learned
That this can all end tonight
Tennessee line just changed my mind
It’s my heart I’ll follow this time

I know I must be doing something right
Head the other way back to where I started out
Ask myself if I can turn it all around tonight
And stop living with doubt

On my way to L.A.
Looking into the rear view
As the roads fade away
Sworn off my past
The first and last bad call that I ever made
Tell me how to make right
Every wrong turn I’ve learned
That this can all end tonight
Tennessee line just changed my mind
It’s my heart I’ll follow this time

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