"Back Porch [Instrumental]" as written by Ken Block, Jeff Beres, Andrew Copeland, Ryan Carter Newell and Mark E. Trojanowski....
I had to walk away
Down the road just to clear my head
On another fun filled day
Of doin' fine, but you're back instead

Now I'm no the only one
Who saw you for just what you were
You pushed me, and I'd keep tryin'
I'd leave you, but you'd start cryin'
But you won't fool me
I'm smarter than that, yeah

You were the one
Who taught me what I don't need
And I thank you
I thank you for that
You were the one
Who brought me to my senses
And I thank you
Now just leave me alone
(Yeah, just leave me alone)

I had to drive away
Far away 'til you could not find me
And it was a beautiful day
Liberated and you're far behind me

What you did I'll never mention, no, no, no
Where you were, I don't want to know
I don't want to know, yeah
But you won't fool me
I'm smarter than that, yeah

What you did I'll never mention

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"Back Porch" as written by Jeff Beres Andrew Copeland

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