"I Love You" as written by Harold Douglas Gray, Rusty Milner and Melody Parker....
I ain't never been with a woman
Long enough for my boots to get old
We've been together so long now
They both need re-soled
If I ever settle down, you'd be my kind
But it's a good time for me to head on down the line

Heard it in a love song
Heard it in a love song
Heard it in a love song
Can't be wrong

I'm the kinda man likes to get away
Like to start dreamin' about tomorrow today
Never said that I love you, even though it's so
Where's that duffel bag of mine it's time to go?

Heard it in a love song
Heard it in a love song
Heard it in a love song
Can't be wrong

I'm gonna be leavin' at the break of dawn
Wish you could come
But I don't need no woman taggin' along
So I'll sneak out that door
Couldn't stand to see you cry
I'd stay another year, if I saw a tear drop in your eye

Heard it in a love song
Heard it in a love song
Heard it in a love song
Can't be wrong

I never had a damn thing
But what I had, I had to leave it behind.
You're the hardest thing
I ever tried to get off my mind

Always something greener
On the other side of that hill
I was born a wrangler and a rambler
And I guess, I always will

Heard it in a love song
Heard it in a love song
Heard it in a love song
Can't be wrong


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"I Love You" as written by Rusty Milner Harold Douglas Gray

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