"Don't Burn Down That Bridge" as written by Allen Alvoid Jr. Jones and Carl Wells....
You got your mind set on leavin'
Drive down a one-way street.
You're gonna lock up all the doors child,
Throw away the key.

Don't burn down that bridge darlin'
Just might want to come back.
'Cause the grass ain't no greener,
On the other side of the track.

Well you counted me out,
'Fore I could get you back.
Today I'm drivin' a Chevrolet darlin'
Tomorrow might be a Cadillac.

Don't burn down that bridge darlin'
Just might want to come back.
'Cause the grass ain't no greener,
On the other side of the track.

All your so-called friends,
Taught you how to cheat and lie.
Now you say you're gonna jump honey,
From the fryin' pan into the fire.

Don't burn down that bridge darlin'
Just might want to come back.
'Cause the grass ain't no greener,
On the other side of the track.


Lyrics submitted by musicalcure

"Don't Burn Down That Bridge" as written by Jr. Allen Alvoid Jones

Lyrics © MIKE CURB MUSIC , ST SWITHINS SONGS , Universal Music Publishing Group

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