"Any Ole Reason" as written by Roger Kent Springer, Mark Chesnutt, Slugger Morrissette and Slugger Morrissette....
I used to come in here maybe once or twice a year
But only when I had a good excuse
I'd have one or two, then be on my way
But that's way before she told me we were through

Now any ole reason will do, any ole thing that I can use
The days, the nights, the clouds, the rain, the moon
I don't have to think about the love I live without
Or the heart she left that never will be used
Really, any ole reason will do

At first I told myself she'd never cross my mind
Unless I was to meet her eye to eye
And only when I felt alone would I turn her memory on
Well I guess that means I told myself a lie

Now any ole reason will do, any ole thing that I can use
The days, the nights, the clouds, the rain, the moon
I don't have to think about the love I live without
Or the heart she left that never will be used
Really, any ole reason will do



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"Any Ole Reason" as written by Slugger Morrissette Mark Chesnutt

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