"A Bridge I Didn't Burn" as written by Tracy Lynn Byrd, Billy Wayne Yates and Frank Dycus....
Can feel the need and know it won't be long
Until I give into rising weakness and I pick up the phone
I always head in her direction when there's no place else to turn
And tonight I'll take a walk across the bridge I didn't burn
Tonight I'll take a walk across the bridge I didn't burn
Pickup where we left off on a lesson still unlearned
It's like I never had a choice where loving her is concerned
So tonight I'll take a walk across the bridge I didn't burn
I should have struck the match a long long time ago
But courage takes a backseat when old feelings take control
Lord she plays me like a fool every time that I return
But tonight I'll take a walk across the bridge I didn't burn
Tonight I'll take a walk across the bridge I didn't burn
Pickup where we left off on a lesson still unlearned
It's like I never had a choice where loving her is concerned
So tonight I'll take a walk across the bridge I didn't burn


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"A Bridge I Didn't Burn" as written by Frank Dycus Billy Wayne Yates

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