"With a Gunsmoke Kiss" as written by Joseph Nelson, Jeffrey Nelson, Nicholas Robert Scarberry, Kevin Stafford and Bryan Cash....
Heartbreak feels like a one way road
Where the pain lies in one direction
For I have nowhere to turn to

Count the days of those several sleepless nights
Worrying all about what you're doing
Are you doing better than me?

It hurts for me to hurt you, girl
(It hurts to bite my tongue)

Her name sends out a message
"Don't fall for it"
Don't feel for her
She has no one to turn to

Count the days of those several restful nights
Not worrying all about who you're doing
You will never be better than me

It hurts for me to hurt you, girl
(It hurts to bite my tongue)

It puts a smile on my face
Knowing that your memory is six feet in the dirt
I did this out of love, never out of hatred
Oh why & how did you ever get the best of me?!

Satisified on knowing that the last thing you tasted
Was our gunsmoke kiss


You taste better dead than when you were alive...



Lyrics submitted by Rok Vampyre

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    General CommentI love this song. I havent heard it so long i just had to rememorize the lyrics to this song but no matter where or how hard i looked, it was nowhere to be found. so i went straight to the source an got it from the band and put it up for everyone to see ^^
    Rok Vampyreon July 24, 2008   Link
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    General CommentDefinitely an awesome song. Everything from their new album "The Day The Music Died" is pretty amazing.
    brian_won August 21, 2008   Link
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    General Commentyeah dude brian their new cd friggen rocks!!!! seriously and in case no one knows "the day the music died" refers to wen the plane crash happend with richie valens and the other rock n roll ppl... same date and approx time is said in the beginning of the track one... lol silly zombies....
    switchbladez8on October 04, 2008   Link

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