Flatland Cavalry - A Good Memory lyrics

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Flatland Cavalry - A Good Memory lyrics

[Verse 1] You're a flower drawn in sidewalk chalk Beautiful but she won't stick around for long You'll be gone from here in a matter of hours After the first summer rain washes all of you away And every single trace of your late night, drunk phone call Tellin' me you love me after all I still taste the red wine on your lips on the side of the phone But somehow we lose connection and then you're gone [Chorus] If I'd a held on a little longer Loved you a little stronger Would you still be ridin' shotgun next to me Showed up uninvited to be right by your side now, darlin' Would we be more than a good memory [Verse 2] You're a southern livin' magazine So elegant and pristine Well, you smell like a rich woman's cologne Soon someone's bound to pick you up and take you home [Chorus] If I'd a held on a little longer Loved you a little stronger Would you still be ridin' shotgun next to me Showed up uninvited to be right by your side now, darlin' Would we be more than a good memory If I'd a held on a little longer Loved you a little stronger Would you still be ridin' shotgun next to me Showed up uninvited to your hill countryside apartment Would we be more than a good memory A good memory