"I'm Gone" as written by Catherine Elisabeth Britt, Dan Hill and Keith Stegall....
Heard your key hit the lock, honey
It was three o'clock, you came crawling in
Saw you slip your boots off
Trying not to get caught
Coming home late again
While you thought I was sleeping
I was layin there a-thinking
About the way you been doing me wrong
So goodbye, farewell, so long
I'm gone

I'm gone like a southbound freight train
Semi on a four lane
Rolling down a one way track
I'm gone, see you later alligator
Baby, I ain't ever coming back
I'll be a long way from here
And you'll be crying in your beer
Like an old Hank Williams song
So goodbye, farewell, so long, I'm gone

I'm tired of your white lies, stupid little alibis
Shoulda known all along
Well, all my friends warned me
Told me what you used to be
Baby, now I'm catching on
Well, I wrote this little ditty
Just for you an' it ain't pretty
And you can't sing along
So goodbye, farewell, so long
I'm gone

I'm gone like a southbound freight train
Semi on a four lane, rolling down a one way track
I'm gone, see you later alligator
Baby, I ain't ever coming back
I'll be a long way from here
And you'll be crying in your beer
Like an old Hank Williams song
So goodbye, farewell, so long, I'm gone

I'll be a long way from here
And you'll be crying in your beer
Like an old Hank Williams song
So goodbye, farewell, so long, I'm gone
So goodbye, farewell, so long, I'm gone









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"I'm Gone" as written by Keith Stegall Dan Hill

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