"Trouble" as written by and Clint Ingersoll Wade Bowen....
I wouldn't say i didn't see her coming
A light that bright's hard to miss in a place that dark
She said yes to a drink while he fingers fumbled
With a cross on her chain that was swinging above her heart

When the morning sun set the midnight sky on fire, she left me like a thief not knowing what she took

I wish trouble always looked that good. I wish trouble always looked that good.

I was still a little nervous when i got the courage to call
That bright red number she had written on the back of my hand
Bottle of wine rode shotgun with a rose
While i was driving cross town thinking 'bout turning back

Now there's a porch light burning a hole right through my windshield
There's a silhouette standing at the screen door waiting for me

I wish trouble always looked that good. I wish trouble always looked that good.

I know a million reasons not to go where I'm headed.
Whoa, but when she smiles i cant even think of one.

I wish trouble always looked that good. I wish trouble always looked that good.


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"Trouble" as written by Clint Ingersoll Wade Bowen

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    General Commentits bout being nervous in your relationhip but its cute and one of my favs on the album.
    alltimeellaon February 04, 2010   Link

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