heard a song 'bout a ramblin' man
Bought a guitar and I started a band
I got a gig at the local Am Vet
I was gone and I ain't back yet

'69 bored, out and jacked up
A quarter mile that was all it was
I burned the cool off of that Corvette
And I was gone and I ain't back yet

Lookin' back at the moments, black and white
I wouldn't change a thing that changed my life
For the worse, for the better
Man, I was gone, gone forever

She was a cut offs pepper sauce queen
Man, we were matches and gasoline
First taste of love never will forget
I was gone and I ain't back yet
I was gone, gone and I ain't back yet

Lookin' back at the moments, black white

I wouldn't change a thing that changed my life
For the worse, for the better
Man, I was gone, gone forever

The laughs, the smiles, the trials, the tears
It's hard to hate what got me here
What got me here

She was a straight out of Hollywood smile
We missed it all by a country mile
Went out one night for some cigarettes
And I was gone and I ain't back yet

I was gone, gone and I ain't back yet
I was gone and I ain't back
Ain't back, ain't back yet

I was gone and I ain't back yet
I was gone and I ain't back yet
I was gone, gone and I ain't back yet


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    Song MeaningThis song is simply a reflection of his life, directly refering to how hes left his hometown and never came back to the life he had before.
    gaudry2ron April 23, 2010   Link
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    General CommentThis song perfectly decribes me I left my hometown and I havent looked back since even though it was only 2 years ago I cant hate wht agot me here which wa ssome hard times. I even dated a girl that had a hollywood smile and we didnt work out even though i went out for a dip not ciggarettes.
    pwilsonlf3on May 08, 2010   Link

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