"Every Song Is You" as written by and Dean Grakal Steve Dudas....
Everybody's got a broken heart
Played the fool and done their part
But fools rush in, baby, so why did we?

Another day, a long lonely night
Instead of loving we'd always fight
There's a hundred reasons why to set me free

Ever since the day I left you
I've had this feeling of emptiness
And it won't go away

So I go on down the road
One more little town that I don't know
I'm running late and I'm running low
On cold coffee and the radio
That plays me like you do
Every song is you

Separation is a funny thing
You want to fly but it breaks your wings
It left me on the outside looking in

I do believe we're worth fighting for
'Cause all is fair in love and war
I promise not to hurt you like I hurt me

I swear to God I'll make things right
I'm heading out, gonna drive all night
Now I'm coming home

So I go on down the road
One more little town that I don't know
I'm running late and I'm running low
On cold coffee and the radio
That plays me like you do
Every song is you

I am falling through the cracks
That time slipped on and broke its back
Everyone begins to laugh, but I'm laughing with them too
'Cause they play me like you do

Ever since the day I left you
I've had this feeling of emptiness
Now I just want to get home
So I go on down the road
One more little town that I don't know
I'm running late and I'm running low
On cold coffee and the radio
That plays me like you do
Every song is you


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"Every Song Is You" as written by Mark Hudson Dean Grakal

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