"Go On" as written by James Brown, Alfred Ellis, Anthony Mosley and Levi Seacer....
I'm so sorry, I keep interrupting
What were you gonna say
You caught him cheating, I don't blame you
For walking away
I know where you're coming from, it sounds like where I've been
Oh there I go interrupting your story once again.

Go on, go on
You were saying how a fool can only fool you so long.
It's true, it's so true
When they do you like that, what else can you do
But go on

Our conversation won't change nothing,
But it's sure nice to talk
With somebody whose been cut of
The same old cloth
You know how you said happiness can't be found looking back
If you don't mind maybe we can talk a little more about that.

Go on, go on
You were saying this is better than sitting at home.
It's true, it's so true
When they do you like that, what else can you do
But go on

Even when you see no reason to
Don't wait to live life cause it won't wait for you.

Go on, please go on
You were saying what don't kill us only makes us strong
It's true, that's so true
When they do you like that what else can you do
But go on,
Just go on,
Life goes on,
And on.


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"Go On" as written by Alfred Ellis James Brown

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Walt Disney Music Company, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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    General Commentin this song, george is having a conversation with a girl who caught her boyfriend cheating and left him. george is having a similar problem and keeps interrupting her story to tell her his feelings on the matter. it's a real cute song. i love george strait's old stuff :)
    kleighon May 14, 2010   Link

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