Tim McGraw – Something Like That

Tim McGraw – Something Like That Lyrics

It Was Labor Day Weekend I Was Seventeen
I Bought A Coke And Some Gasoline
And I Drove Out To The County Fair,
When I Saw Her For The First Time
She Was Standing There In The Ticket Line
And It All Started Right Then And There
Oh, A Sailor Sky Made A Perfect Sunset
And That’s The Day I’ll Never Forget

I Had A Barbeque Stain On My White T Shirt
She Was Killing Me In That Miniskirt
Skippin’ Rocks On The River By The Railroad Tracks
She Had A Suntan Line And Red Lipstick
I Worked So Hard For That First Kiss
And A Heart Don’t Forget Something Like That

Well It Was Five Years Later On A Southbound Plane
I Was Headed Down To New Orleans
To Meet Some Friends Of Mine For The Mardi Gras
When I Heard A Voice From The Past
Comin’ From A Few Rows Back
And When I Looked, I Couldn’t Believe Just What I Saw
She Said I Bet You Don’t Remember Me
And I Said Only Every Other Memory

I Had A Barbeque Stain On My White T Shirt
You Were Killing Me In That Miniskirt
Skippin’ Rocks On The River By The Railroad Tracks
You Had A Suntan Line And Red Lipstick
I Worked So Hard For That First Kiss
And A Heart Don’t Forget Something Like That

Like An Old Photograph
Time Can Make A Feeling Fade
But The Memory Of A First Love
Never Fades Away

I Had A Barbeque Stain On My White T Shirt
She Was Killing Me In That Miniskirt
Skippin’ Rocks On The River By The Railroad Tracks
She Had A Sun Tan Line And Red Lipstick
I Worked So Hard For That First Kiss
A Heart Don’t Forget, No A Heart Don’t Forget
I Said A Heart Don’t Forget Something Like That
Oh, Not Something Like That

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