"Up On The Ridge" as written by Dierks Bentley and Angelo Petraglia....
(Come with me tonight)

Let's blow out these city lights
Let's just leave it all behind
Get up where the air is still
You can hear the whippoorwill
Start a fire pass the shine
Wont be home 'til mornin' time
Shout your name out in the wind
Confess my love for you again
Give you all I got to give
That's how we live up on the ridge

Won't you come with me tonight
Where the moonlight drifts into your eyes
Yeah, I just want one little kiss
When we get high up on the ridge

Hey now honey child we'd be runnin' free and wild
No one care what you do
Ain't no law to answer to
Dance around in the dirt
Listen to them crickets chirp
Hear old Jake start to howl
When he hears that ol' hoot owl
Give you all I got to give
That's how we live up on the ridge

Won't you come with me tonight
Where the moonlight drifts into your eyes
Yeah, I just want one little kiss
When we get high up on the ridge

Come on girl it's almost dawn
Lets get it 'fore the magic gone
Tall tall grass all around
Come on lay that blanket down
Wild flowers just like you
Lay on me like mornin' dew
Now take my hand walk with me
Sun come up through them trees
Give you all I got to give
That's how we live up on the ridge

Won't you come with me tonight
Where the moonlight drifts into your eyes
Yeah, I just want one little kiss
When we get high up on the ridge

I just want one little kiss
When we get high up on the ridge

(Three, four)


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"Up on the Ridge" as written by Dierks Bentley Angelo Petraglia

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    Lyric CorrectionThe correct lyrics are:

    Hey now, honey child
    We'd be runnin' free and wild
    No one care what you do
    Ain't no law to answer to
    orangeflame08on June 09, 2010   Link

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