"Damn Right" as written by and Julian/wiseman Gallagher....
I'm not gonna lie or act like I'm that tough
There might be a tear in my eye when I watch that airplane liftin' up
I never was much for tellin' you how much you meant
But I need you to know you were heaven sent

[Chorus]
We went together like highways and T-birds
Saturday sinners and Sunday church
And lookin' back and cryin' and laughing at the life between us two
We went together like memories and long gones
Cowboys and sad old songs
After all of the holdin' on tight that we went through
You're damn right I'm gonna miss you

I guess there are times when all of us re-learn
And life is a book, and the pages you know they're about to turn
And I don't know where the story ends
Where it's gonna go now
Just as long as this chapter tells the whole world how

[Chorus]

We went together like highways and T-birds
Saturday sinners and Sunday church
And lookin' back and cryin' and laughing at the life between us two
We went together like memories and long gones
Cowboys and sad old songs
After all of the holdin' on tight that we went through
Yeah, after all of the fairytales that didn't quite come true
After all of the nights and the fights that we went through
You're damn right I'm gonna miss you
I'm gonna miss you


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"Damn Right" as written by Julian Gallagher

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