"Far Cry From You" as written by Jess Brown, Tony Lane and Robin English....
I'm on a white line runnin' down the interstate
Tryin' to wipe away the rain that's runnin' down my face
Goin' any ol' where any ol' place
Just someplace else
By now you know that I'm not there
And if you don't know why
Well can't you see the tears it took for me to say goodbye?

Yeah, I left a few on your old sweater
Watched 'em fall on lovesick letters and I cried a river
Cried a mile wide one
I even cried some crocodile ones
But from out here you can't hear me callin'
And you won't see me when I start fallin'
'Cause this time maybe the next time that I do
I'll be a far cry from you

In a moment of truth It's a matter of fact
There's only one way to go and that ain't going back
So I ain't stopped since I stopped for gas a hundred miles ago
And right now I'm caught somewhere between gone and gone for good
These tears will dry but there've been times I wondered if they would

Yeah, I left a few on your old sweater
Watched 'em fall on lovesick letters and I cried a river
Cried a mile wide one
I even cried some crocodile ones

From out here you can't hear me callin'
And you won't see me when I start fallin'
'Cause this time maybe the next time that I do
I'll be a far cry from you

Yeah, from out here you can't hear me callin'
And you won't see me when I start fallin'
'Cause this time maybe the next time that I do
I'll be a far cry from you


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"A Far Cry From You" as written by Robin English Jess Brown

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