"Sixty To Zero" as written by and Jeremy S./tribble Stover....


Sixty to Zero:

She had blue eyes, the colour

Of Amarillo skies in summer

And when we'd fly

Her hair would wrap around me


The smell of leather and gasoline

A little danger sitting next to me

And when I was with her

Man, I never felt so alive


Sky was red, I was green

Road was black, seventeen

She was fast, I was slow

She was all I could hold

Summer flew, she was gone

Little did I know my heart could go

From sixty to zero


We'd sit in my car night after night

Watchin' the stars as they flew by

We'd go 'round the world at the speed of light

And never turn the key


Still I wonder where she might be

And if she ever stops and thinks about me

'Cause God knows

I sure think about her


(Repeat Chorus)


Sixty to zero


We loved and laughed enough to last a lifetime

But at least for a little while she was mine


(Repeat Chorus)





Lyrics submitted by CocaineMasquerade

"Sixty To Zero" as written by Kim Chadwick Tribble Jeremy S. Stover

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, OLE MEDIA MANAGEMENT LP

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