"Dozen Roses & A Six Pack" as written by Cole Swindell, Aaron Goodvin and Adam Sanders....
There's that flower shop on Main.
Lord it's been too long since it's seen my face.
I probably should've stopped by yesterday.
Just a few miles from our house.
There's a neon sign flashing "coldest beer in town."
Is she gone for good, well it's hard to say
But I'm going to be ready either way.

I got a dozen roses if she comes back home
One for every time I left her lonely waiting on me
Why did it take so long to see?
And this six pack might not be enough
But it's a damn good start if we're ending us.
We'll either work it out or we won't.
But I got a dozen roses if she comes back home, and a six pack if she don't.

I'm prayin' love will bring her back
Oh, just one more chance that's all I'll ever ask
I sure hope she ain't a memory yet.
But she left her book there on the bed
Would a woman leave a man like that?

I got a dozen roses if she comes back home
One for every time I left her lonely waiting on me
Why did it take so long to see?
And this six pack might not be enough
But it's a damn good start if we're ending us.
We'll either work it out or we won't.
But I got a dozen roses if she comes back home, and a six pack if she don't.

Is she gone for good, well it's hard to say.
But I'm going to be ready either way.
I got a dozen roses if she comes back home
One for every time I left her lonely waitin' on me, baby
Why'd it take so long to see?
And this six pack might not be enough
But it's a damn good start if we're ending us.
We'll either work it out or we won't.
But I got a dozen roses if she comes back home
Yeah I got this dozen roses in case she comes back home
And a six pack if she don't.
And a six pack if she don't.


Lyrics submitted by dkyle_06

"A Dozen Roses and a Six Pack" as written by Cole Swindell, Aaron Goodvin, Adam Sanders

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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