"Every Now and Then" as written by Jeremy N. Spillman, Bobby Pinson and Trent Willmon....
Every now and then I got out with a friend or two
And have a few rounds
I make it home by ten, but I remember when
I used to close that place down
The whiskey and the smoke and a couple tasteless jokes
Don't taste the way they did
I just do it every now and then to remind myself why
I just do it every now and then
And every now and then I surrender to a whim
My wheels wind up west of town
And I turn down that street that just turns out to be
A road I shouldn't go back down
All those memories they've turned to ghosts and weeds
I don't' want to hurt like that again
I just do it every now and then to remind myself why
I just do it every now and then
(Chorus)
Sometimes I forget why things in my past
Are things in my past
Sometimes to see clear why I left there for here
I gotta take a step back
Every now and then I spend a minute with the man
I was till I loved you
And I walk those empty miles, reminisce and reconcile
And I smile at the me you never knew
He's good for a good laugh, but anything beyond that
I don't want to relive
I just do it every now and then to remind myself why
I just do it every now and then
(Repeat Chorus)
Every now and then I go out with a friend or two
And have a few rounds


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"Every Now and Then" as written by Bobby Pinson Jeremy N. Spillman

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