Zach Bryan - Shriners Down Spines lyrics

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Zach Bryan - Shriners Down Spines lyrics

I was smiling like a boy that just stole sh*t When you told me you'd hold it My late mama's ring And I'd sneak away at the end of each day To write sonnets for you I could sing It was cold in October When you rolled yourself over To pull on my shoulder to say It took a mighty long time and too much wasted wine To find a man who looks at me this way But I'd fight any roughneck I'd stop any river If it meant that I could just lie here forever In the grips of a woman Sends shivers down spines Makes you recall your forgotten good times When you wake in the morning To the sound of me snoring My ragged face by your side Pray that you know All my dreams and my hopes Have you holding me the day that I die And I know I'm nothing but I am not bluffing When I say you're meant for the sky Cause beauty that holy and a heart so kind Deserves a place it can fly But I'd fight any roughneck I'd stop any river If it meant that I could just lie here forever In the grips of a woman Sends shivers down spines It makes you recall your forgotten good times Yeah, I'd fight any roughneck I'd stop any river If it meant that I could just lie here forever In the grips of a woman Sends shivers down spines It makes you recall your forgotten good times I was smiling like a boy that just stole sh*t When you told me you'd hold it My late mama's ring And I'd sneak away at the end of each day To write sonnets for you I could sing