"A Big Enough Sky" as written by and Josh Ritter....
Wanna go where the sweetwater is
Wanna go where the air is pure
Out 'neath the sky so big
I can give my heart to her

Somewhere along the line
Our little train jumped the tracks
She lost a little faith in me
It'll take a little time, gonna get it back

What happened to the river bed
What happened to the prairie fire
Can you tell me where the lightning went
Every time that you met my eye
Didn't notice when the wind picked up, I
Wasn't looking when the clouds rolled in
If you ever fell out of love
Could you ever fall back again

Out where the sweetwater is
Out where the air is pure
Out 'neath the sky so big
I can give my heart to her

I've been letting a lot of things slide
I've been letting a lot of things go
I thought I was the one for you
But the truth is, sometimes I don't know

What happened to the river bed
What happened to the prairie fire
Can you tell me where the lightning went
Every time that you met my eye
Didn't notice when the wind picked up, I
Wasn't looking when the clouds rolled in
If you ever fell out of love
Could you ever fall back again

Out where the sweetwater is
Out where the air is pure
Out 'neath the sky so big
I can give my heart to her

Hey, baby, there's a place I found
Still believe that we can stay in love
I believe a lot of things, honey
When the sky is big enough
I believe a lot of things, honey
When the sky is big enough


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"A Big Enough Sky" as written by Josh Ritter

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