"Leavin The Light On" as written by and Phil O'donnell Darius C. Rucker....
Carolina moon, lazy ol' River
Time keeps floatin' On By
Moss hanging from an oak tree
Baby it's just you and me
Sure makes one beautiful sight
We got postcard views
Curled up in this rocking chair
Feel like I ought tip my hat
To the man up stairs

Leavin' the light on
Leavin' the light on
Burning the whole night through
Leavin' the light on
Leavin' the light on
So I can look at you

Your pretty brown eyes
Your legs that go forever
Still can't believe you're mine
Come on baby lets take a walk
Follow the path down to that old dock

And bring along that bottle of wine
That old moon's so bright
Just hang in' up there
Feel like I ought count' my blessings
And thank the man upstairs for

Leavin' the light on
Leavin' the light on
Burning the whole night through
Leavin' the light on
Leavin' the light on
So I can look at you

It's getting kinda late girl
Lets go back to the house
I wanna watch you from my pillow
Til morning rolls around so I'm

Leavin' the light on
Leavin' the light on
Burning the whole night through
Leavin' the light on
Leavin' the light on
So I can, So I can see you
Oh I wanna look at you o so I'm
I'm leavin' the light on
Leavin' the light on
Oh it's burnin', oh it's burnin' through
Oh, it's burnin' through yeah

I'm leavin' the light on
I'm leavin' the light on
So I can look at you


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"Leavin' the Light On" as written by David Murphy Darius Rucker

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