"Aviators" as written by Waylon Albright Jennings and Leroy Powell....
Now darling,
I know we've had our problems lately
And you've left me after all these years
And I know I probably could've treated you better
Along the line I've seen my mistakes like that time
That I took you to Waffle House
And you made me mad and I made you walk home in the rain
But you never got my sense of humor
Anyway no you never laughed at my jokes

I never meant to hurt you
I never understood the hillbilly things I do
If our love don't work now darling maybe later
You can't see the tears behind my aviators

And oh I know I probably should've come home more often
On those long lonely winter nights
But you know out of all those women
I was always your number one
And I'm sorry about that time I got drunk
And hit on your mom and slashed your daddy's tires
But I figured they had it coming
And I'm sorry about that time
That I accidentally shot your dog
While I was hunting and I told you he ran away
Oh wait a minute I told you that didn't I? Oh darling

I could never share those secrets of my heart
I feel so much closer to you now that we're apart
If our love don't work now darling then maybe later
You can't see the tears behind my aviators


Lyrics submitted by rocknred396

"Aviators" as written by Waylon Albright Jennings Leroy Powell

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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