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  1. Please Don't Go

From the album Slow Burn

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Lyrics

Please Don’t Go
© Brian Nelson

Dim lit barroom, the buzz of neon signs
A man sings on the radio, a Walk Wilkins rhyme
And they speak to me, without too many words
Its regret I feel, I got to get back to her

So I drive and I think about tomorrow
I just might, beg, plead, steal or borrow
The words to let her know, I need time to show
How lucky I am, I’m just a foolish man
Please don’t go
Please don’t go
Please don’t go

Pass the city limit sign, hope I can catch her
Maybe the railroad lights, will help me stop her
I’d call her but I know, she won’t answer her phone
To talk to me, I need her to see

So I drive and I think about tomorrow
I just might, beg, plead, steal or borrow
The words to let her know, I need time to show
How lucky I am, I’m just a foolish man
Please don’t go
Please don’t go
Please don’t go

I think about when I met her, all these years together
Could be gone in one night, I need to set things right

So I drive and I think about tomorrow
I just might, beg, plead, steal or borrow
The words to let her know, I need time to show
How lucky I am, how lucky I am

So I drive and I think about tomorrow
I just might, beg, plead, steal or borrow
The words to let her know, I need time to show
How lucky I am, I’m just a foolish man
Please don’t go
Please don’t go
Please don’t go