"Kickin' Stones" as written by and Patrick Ballantyne Gordie Johnson....
Well, I'm standing on the outside
Kickin' stones
Wishing you would come here
And move my bones, move my bones

Well, I wanna go someplace
I never been before
Wonder would you follow me
Every where I go, every where I go

Out here, can you hear me?
Out here, can you hear me?
Out here, can you hear me?
Don't make a sound

It's all my fault 'cause
I played that game
When I knew you was carrying
Another man's name

Out here, can you hear me?
Out here, can you hear me?
Out here, can you hear me?
Don't make a sound

By the way I'm living
You'd think I don't mind dying
Don't think that notion
Never crossed my mind, never crossed my mind
Never crossed my mind, never crossed my mind

Out here, can you hear me?
Out here, can you hear me?
Out here, can you hear me?
Don't make a sound

Out here, can you hear me?
Out here, can you hear me?
Out here, can you hear me?
Don't make a sound, don't make a sound
Don't make a sound

I'm standing on the outside
Kickin' stones


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"Kickin' Stones" as written by Patrick Ballantyne Gordie Johnson

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