She got the best of me
She brought me down right in close
Shook me up I do believe
Showed me how the feeling goes
She took my feet off the table
I picked her up off the ground
Love is much better than cable
Staying with the station I found

Sweetheart...
There will days, when you fall from me
Time just gets in the way
Well you should know late in the evening
When you lay your body down to rest
In your big white bed
Pull the sheets up darling
You're my best friend

I stay in between the lines
Find me on the radio dial
Somewhere down below these ryhmes
I've got one hell of a smile
God I love the way she floats
Watched her for a half an hour
Shaky but I do suppose
I've got no reason to doubt her

Sweetheart...
There will days, when you fall from me
Time just gets in the way
Well you should know late in the evening
When you lay your body down to rest
In your big white bed
Pull the sheets up darling
You're my best friend

I heard the power and fury
Of the world come knocking
Lines get a little bit blurry
Things get a little too shocking
Stick to the open road
Stay with me
We've got places to go
Just wait and see

Sweetheart...
There will days, when you fall from me
Time just gets in the way
Well you should know late in the evening
When you lay your body down to rest
In your big white bed
Pull the sheets up darling
You're my best friend


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    General CommentThis song gets to me every time. It captures the ins and outs of every relationship: the comfort of love and having a partner ("Staying with the station I found"), the difficulty of maintaining a connection ("There will days, when you fall from me/ Time just gets in the way"), and the hope for a future through it all in the last verse. A really great example of the best of Jennings' strengths as a songwriter.
    omoreson September 30, 2011   Link

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