Thursday, February 28, 2008

American Songwriter - Lyric of the Week

This is a feature from American Songwriter magazine that I get emailed to me... I thought it'd be fun to share on my blog. I have to admit, I wasn't crazy about this week's pick, until I read the twist at the end... I always dig a nice twist in a lyric (I used to do that a lot). I'll add these as I get them...

Never would have gone

to that side of town

if it hadn’t been for love
Never would have took a
miner tracker down

if it hadn’t been for love

I never would’ve loaded up a .44

Put myself behind a jailhouse door

if it hadn’t been, if it hadn’t been

for love

from "If It Hadn't Been For Love"
written by Chris Stapleton & Michael James Henderson

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