"Here She Comes" as written by James Beavers, Brett Beavers and Dierks Bentley....
Here she comes down the road
Rattlin' the gravel with the radio
Kickin' out some loud honky tonk song
Here we go, buckle up
Put us both together in a pickup truck
Gonna be memories all night long
Might get wild, I know
But here she comes, here we go

Ready or not
When she pulls the trigger, I'm a loaded buckshot
One little kiss
It's a match to the fuse
The last bell in school
A kick to the bull at the rodeo
Here she comes, here we go

Here she comes with a plan
Said she heard about a joint with a country band
Where they play George Strait and that's all
Here we go walkin' in
She's makin' every hat in the whole place spin around
Checkin' out that walk
Girls wish she'd just stay home
But here she comes, here we go

Ready or not
When she pulls the trigger, I'm a loaded buckshot
One little kiss
It's a match to the fuse
The last bell in school
A kick to the bull at the rodeo
Here she comes, here we go

Here she comes with that look
That says she'd rather be alone and that's all it took
Here we go out to that spot
Where we turn on the radio and the headlights off
Now she's movin' in real close
Here she comes, here we go

Ready or not
When she pulls the trigger, I'm a loaded buckshot
One little kiss
It's a match to the fuse, the last bell in school

Ready or not
When she pulls the trigger I'm a loaded buckshot
One little kiss
It's a match to the fuse, the last bell in school
A kick to the bull at the rodeo
Here she comes, here we go


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"Here She Comes" as written by Brett Beavers James Beavers

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