"Tattoos on this town" as written by and Wendell Lee/dulaney Mobley....
There's still black marks on that county road,
Where we drag raced our pick ups, and Mustangs
And weathered on the summer rain
And to this day up on that overpass,
Even underneath the new paint,
You can still see,
"Allie will you marry me?"

Take a ride, look around
And there ain't no doubt

It sure left it's mark on us, we sure left our mark on it
We let the world know we were here, with everything we did
We laid a lotta memories down, like tattoo's on this town

There's still a rope burn on that old branch,
That hangs over the river, I still got the scar
From swinging out a little too far
There ain't a corner of this hallowed ground,
That we ain't laughed or cried on, it's where we loved,
Lived and learned a lotta stuff
It's everything we're made of

It sure left it's mark on us, we sure left our mark on it
We let the world know we were here, with everything we did
We laid a lotta memories down, like tattoo's on this town
Like tattoo's on this town

Everywhere, it's where we are
It gets me right, in my heart

It sure left it's mark on us, we sure left our mark on it
We let the world know we were here, with everything we did
We laid a lotta memories down,
But we'll always be hangin' round, like tattoo's on this town
Like tattoo's on this town


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"Tattoos on This Town" as written by Michael William Dulaney Neil Thrasher

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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