"Blank Sheet of Paper" as written by Brett Warren, Brad Warren and Don Schlitz....
(Tim)
I wanna drink that shot of whiskey
I wanna smoke that cigarette
I wanna smell that sweet addiction on my breathe
I wanna ride across West Virginia in the back seat of a Cadillac
You know some cowboys like me go out like that
So I need you
Like a needle needs a vein
Like my uncle Joe in Oklahoma needs a rain
And I need you
Like a lighthouse on the coast
Like the father and the son need the Holy Ghost
I need you

(Faith)
I wanna get lost in some corner booth, Cantina Mexico
I wanna dance to the static of an AM radio
I wanna wrap the moon around us, lay beside you skin on skin
Make love til the sun comes up, til the sun goes down again
Cause I need you

Like a needle needs a vein
Like my uncle Joe in Oklahoma needs a rain
I need you
Like a lighthouse on the coast
Like the father and the son need the Holy Ghost
I need you, OOH I need you

(Tim)
I wanna drink that shot of whiskey
I wanna smoke that cigarette
You know some cowboys like me go out like that
So I need you, whoa I need you
I need you I need you I need you, I need you




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    General Commentaww such a good song. why is this world so pride-ful?
    a_mandaon May 04, 2005   Link
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    General Commentim here right now. not with a girlfriend but with my best friend. im losing her and i was trying to write a letter and had so much to say in my head but dont know what to put down. cant even start the first word. only managed to put her name.
    jaimerz9008on June 03, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI have been "the Fool" more than once. So I can totally relate to this song and I love it.
    gregb7677on August 01, 2006   Link

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