"In A New York Second" as written by Jim Daddario and Greg Barnhill....
Love came alive in a New York second

She was just a girl, running from the city
I was just a farm boy
Looking for a good time
Neither one of us was out to fall in love
She was getting gas
At Thompson's station
I was buying parts
For the old man's tractor
When she looked at me
I knew it was more than love

We talked, and she smiled
And I swear, it about drove me half wild

Love came alive in a New York second
Just the way it's meant to be, I reckon
Felt so good, it just keeps getting
Better all the time she's with me
Love came alive in a small town minute
Came along and swept us both up in it
The Texas sky ain't got no limit
Ever since her sweet love came alive

She was on her way up to Colorado
Stopped to see a friend
Down in Beaumont
It's something how life
Takes its twists and turns
She asked me how to get
To the local diner
I said, 'I'll tell you if
You let me join you.'
She said, 'Fine.'
And love began to burn.

We laughed, and she smiled
And I swear, it about drove me half wild

Love came alive in a New York second
Just the way it's meant to be, I reckon
Felt so good, it just keeps getting
Better all the time she's with me
Love came alive in a small town minute
Came along and swept us both up in it
The Texas sky ain't got no limit
Ever since her sweet love came alive

Love came alive in a New York second
Just the way it's meant to be, I reckon
Felt so good, it just keeps getting
Better all the time she's with me
Love came alive in a small town minute
Came along and swept us both up in it
The Texas sky ain't got no limit
Ever since her sweet love came alive

Ever since her sweet love came alive


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"In a New York Second" as written by Jim Daddario Gregory William Barnhill

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