"Your Side Of Town" as written by Heather Lynn Morgan, Maddie Marlow and Taylor Dye....
You better stay, stay on your side of town
Because I’m done, done with all this breaking down
One last time you’re gonna hear me out
You better stay, stay on your side of town
Don’t want your headlights on my road
Door to my heart is closed
If you can hear that train running down the tracks
You’re way too close

There’s an a no-trespass sign on the country line and it reads your name
You better just pretend there’s a barbwire fence and a barricade
Stay on your side of town, stay on your side of town
Stay off my stomping grounds, stay on your side of town

Ain’t got no time for your apologies
I tore your page out of my biography
You’ll never do again what you did to me
Ain’t got no time, time for your apologies
This place ain’t big enough, baby, for the both of us
You had your chance to have my love
And screwed it up

There’s an a no-trespass sign on the country line and it reads your name
You better just pretend there’s a barbwire fence and a barricade
Stay on your side of town, stay on your side of town
Stay off my stomping grounds, stay on your side of town

Don’t want your headlights on my road
Door to my heart is closed
If you can hear that train running down the tracks
You’re way too close

There’s an a no-trespass sign on the country line and it reads your name
You better just pretend there’s a barbwire fence and a barricade
Stay on your side of town, stay on your side of town
Stay off my stomping grounds, stay on your side of town


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"Your Side of Town" as written by Blair Daly Heather Lynn Morgan

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