"Heard It in a Love Song" as written by and Toy Talmadge Caldwell....
I ain't never been with a woman long enough, for my boots to get old
We've been together so long now they both need to be sewed
If I ever settle down you'd be my kind
And it's a good time for me to head on down the line

Heard it in a love song
Heard it in a love song
Heard it in a love song
Can't be wrong

I'm the kinda man likes to get away
Like to start dreamin' about tomorrow today
Never said that I love you, even thought it's so
Where's that duffle bag of mine it's time to go

Heard it in a love song
Heard it in a love song
Heard it in a love song
Can't be wrong

I'm gona be leavin' at the break of dawn
Wish you could come but I don't need no woman taggin' along
So I'll sneak out that door couldn't stand to see you cry
I'd stay another year if I saw a tear drop in your eye

Heard it in a love song
Heard it in a love song
Heard it in a love song
Can't be wrong

I never had a damn thing but what I had
I had to leave it behind
You're the hardest thing I ever tried to get off my mind
Always something greener on the other side of that hill
I was born a wrangler and a rambler and I guess I always will

Heard it in a love song
Heard it in a love song
Heard it in a love song
Can't be wrong


Lyrics submitted by evanreyes, edited by Iamwarthog

"Heard It in a Love Song" as written by Toy Talmadge Caldwell

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  • +2
    General CommentJust one small correction needed. The second line is "resoled", as in his boots had been worn to the point of needing new soles. It's not "be sewed" as was originally submitted.
    Iamwarthogon August 03, 2016   Link
  • +1
    General CommentIt ain't no bar unless they have a bad cover band shredding this like old raggy sheets!
    Loves me some Marshall...
    Thia007on November 26, 2011   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThe flute is hypnotizing.
    redshiftdazzleron August 11, 2012   Link

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