Dierks Bentley Bourbon In Kentucky

There ain’t enough

Bourbon in Kentucky

For me to forget you

No there ain’t enough

Matches I can strike

To set afire the memory of you

Up goes down

Right’s gone left me behind

Wheels spin ’round

Reverse stuck in my mind

There ain’t enough

Bourbon in Kentucky

For me to forget you

No there ain’t enough

Bottles I could break

To make ’em feel as broken as I do

Stack up every barrel

Since the day it was made

Satisfaction guaranteed to kill the pain

But there ain’t enough

Kisses from a stranger

On a long wild night to ever make it alright

If it ain’t you

In my arms, in my bed

Yeah to hell with all the rest

Once you’ve had the best, nothing else will do

What’s the use

There ain’t enough

Bourbon in Kentucky

For me to forget you

No there ain’t enough

Bottles I could drain

To make ’em feel as empty as I do

With my mouth wide open

In a whiskey rain

I could stand there 24 hours a day

But there ain’t enough

Bourbon in Kentucky

For me to forget you

No there ain’t enough

Bottles I could drain

To make ’em feel as empty as I do

No there ain’t enough

Bourbon in Kentucky

For me to forget you

So forget you

Dierks Bentley Light It Up

When it’s low beams, long stretch of highway

When the lonesome hits like a tidal wave

Tossing and turning, tangled with my demons

Making me doubt everything I believe in

There you are

Like a stained glass Sunday morning

Baby you light it up

Shot some faith on my darkest places

Like a rising sun

Filled my heart with a million amazing graces

Your voice is like a choir

A match that starts a fire

Deep down in my bones where only you can go

When my soul needs an angel’s touch

Yeah, you light it up

I used to get no Mona whiskey remedy

But then your spirit poured in like a symphony

And now I know that all I need is you girl

Cause when I get lost in this crazy world

Yeah, you light it up

Shot some faith on my darkest places

Like a rising sun

Filled my heart with a million amazing graces

Baby you light it up

Shot some faith on my darkest places

Like a rising sun

Filled my heart with a million amazing graces

Your voice is like a choir

A match that starts a fire

Deep down in my bones where only you can go

When my soul needs an angel’s touch

Yeah, you light it up

There you are

Like a stained glass Sunday morning

You bid the dark

With all your truth and all your glory

Yeah, you light it up

Shot some faith on my darkest places

Like a rising sun

Filled my heart with a million amazing graces

Baby you light it up

Shot some faith on my darkest places

Like a rising sun

Filled my heart with a million amazing graces

Your voice is like a choir

A match that starts a fire

Deep down in my bones where only you can go

When my soul needs an angel’s touch

Yeah, you light it up

Dierks Bentley Goodbye In Telluride

Baby you ain’t gotta wait forever

Before you go and break my heart

If you’re thinking that we shouldn’t be together

Just leave me in the dark a little longer

Do it on the highway, do it in the driveway

Chevrolet packing out

But not here in this cafe booth [?] view

Don’t ruin this perfect time

Say “it’s over” over on the West Coast somewhere

In the middle of the city, New Year’s Eve, Times Square

If you’ve gotta let me go I’m gonna be alright

Just don’t tell me goodbye here in Telluride

No don’t take me that low when we’re up this high

Don’t you tell me goodbye in Telluride

Ever since we touched down in Colorado

I could tell something wasn’t right

‘Cause you’ll look at those snow-capped mountains

But you won’t look into my eyes

Do it in a text, better yet in a letter

You can leave on my pillowcase

You can wreck me back in Tennessee

Anywhere but this place

Say “it’s over” over on the West Coast somewhere

In the middle of the city, New Year’s Eve, Times Square

If you’ve gotta let me go I’m gonna be alright

Just don’t tell me goodbye here in Telluride

No don’t take me that low when we’re up this high

Don’t you tell me goodbye in Telluride

Do it on the highway, do it in the driveway

Chevrolet packing out

But not here in this cafe booth [?] view

Don’t ruin this perfect time

Dont’ say “it’s over” underneath this sky so blue

Don’t say “it’s over”, have a little mercy girl, won’t you

Say “it’s over” from your window seat while on flying home

Maybe once we get back, do it over the phone

If you’ve gotta let me go, I’m gonna be alright

Just don’t tell me goodbye here in Telluride

No don’t take me that low when we’re up this high

Don’t you tell me goodbye in Telluride

Don’t you tell me goodbye in Telluride

Dierks Bentley Feel That Fire

She wants her nails painted black

She wants the toy in the Cracker Jack

She wants to ride the bull at the rodeo

She wants to wear my shirt to bed

She wants to make every stray a pet

And drive around in my truck with no place to go

But she needs to feel that fire

The one that lets her know for sure

She’s everything I want and more

Her real desire

Is to know I’d walk alone out on the wire

To make her feel that fire

She wants a cabin in the woods

She wants to stand where nobody’s stood

Someday she wants a couple kids of her own

She wants to make love on a train

Some days she only wants a break

Hey she wants what she wants but man I know, I know, I know

She needs to feel that fire

The one that lets her know for sure

She’s everything I want and more

Her real desire

Is to know I’d walk alone out on the wire

To make her feel that fire, yeah, feel that fire

So as long as there’s a breath to take

A smile to share a prayer to pray

A chance to hold her hand and fan the flame

She’s gonna feel that fire

The one that lets her know for sure

She’s everything I want and more

Her real desire

Is to know I’d walk alone out on the wire

Yeah to make her feel that fire, oh, oh, oh

Feel that fire

She wants her nails painted black

She wants the toy in the Cracker Jack

She wants to ride the bull at the rodeo

Dierks Bentley Days Of Dark

You can’t make a wish, on a star, when they’re all burnt out

You can’t find that hope, swallowed up, in the deepest dark

The light at the end of the tunnel’s a train

You’re tied to the tracks with the heaviest chain

Let’s chase away, the storm and the rain and the days of dark

Your hand in mine, there’s no better time or a place to start

Let’s raise a glass, to the pain of the past

And never look back on these broken hearts

Right where horizon, the sun started shining

So open your eyes and let’s say goodbye to the days of dark

It’s good to feel your kiss, a smile, back on my face

It’s good to feel that rush, of blood, back in my veins

Let’s dance through the fire, break out of this cage

Let’s turn off the music, and let’s turn the page

Let’s chase away, the storm and the rain and the days of dark

Your hand in mine, there’s no better time or a place to start

Let’s raise a glass, to the pain of the past

And never look back on these broken hearts

Right where horizon, the sun started shining

So open your eyes and let’s say goodbye to the days of dark

Still in the weeds, not out of the woods

But something in my heart

Tells me that this is the start

Of something good

(1,2,3,4…)

Let’s chase away, the storm and the rain and the days of dark

Your hand in mine, there’s no better time or a place to start

Let’s raise a glass, to the pain of the past

And never look back on these broken hearts

Right where horizon, the sun started shining

So open your eyes and let’s say goodbye to the days of dark

The days of dark!

Hey!

Dierks Bentley Back Porch

Ain’t no line around the corner, no security,

No velvet rope, no dress code, everybody’s VIP,

You can wear your hat, dance in your bare feet,

No credit card, no roll of cash, just BYOB

Woah oh oh, chillin’ on a back porch

Little hottie swingin’ up in the swings

Them good ol’ boys pickin’ six strings

Woah oh oh, leave your trouble at the door

No cover charge, get in for free

No last call, let’s party on a back porch

(Chillin’ on the back porch, oh yeah

Chillin’ on the back porch, oh yeah)

Got a tin roof on the top just in case it rains

Got a kiddy pool off the deck for those hot as hell days

Got beer on ice, all day all night,

Now if that sounds like something you like come on

Woah oh oh, chillin’ on a back porch

Little hottie swingin’ up in the swings

Them good ol’ boys pickin’ six strings

Woah oh oh, leave your trouble at the door

No cover charge, get in for free

No last call, let’s party on a back porch

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On a back porch

Little hottie swingin’ up in the swings

Them good ol’ boys pickin’ five strings

No cover charge, get in for free

No last call, so let’s party on a back porch

See ya on the back porch

Dierks Bentley I Bought The Shoes

Designer names and diamond rings

Are just some of the finer things

I thought it took to keep her saticfied

But a bank account and credit cards

A circle drive through an acre yard

Couldn’t fill that lonesome feelin’

That she had inside

I bought her fancy clothes for all occasions

And that new car so she could go

Just any old where she pleased

I bought that golden band she wore

On the hand that closed the door

And I bought the shoes that just walked out on me

Leavin’ early and stayin’ out late

I thought for sure her love would wait

Until the day that I could find the time

But all the that she expected

Were all the things that I neglected

For what she wanted most from me

Would not have cost a dime

I bought her fancy clothes for all occasions

And that new car so she could go

Just any old where she pleased

I bought that golden band she wore

On the hand that closed the door

And I bought the shoes that just walked out on me

I bought the golden band she wore

On the hand that closed the door

And I bought the shoes that just walked out on me

Yes, I bought the shoes that just walked out on me

Dierks Bentley Forget About You

I’m gonna build a fire in the middle of July

Burn your pictures and go for a drive

Down to the river watch the ink from your love letters fade

Come back home and turn that old mattress over

Pour out the whiskey try wakin’ up sober

Gonna change it all tonight, gonna do whatever it takes

Yeah, cause I’ve lost weight and I’ve lost hair

And I don’t intend to ever go back there

Drinkin and a-thinkin’ ’bout a love that just wasn’t true

There’s a good chance I’ll end up insane

Without enough sense to come in from the rain

My mind might be the last thing you make me loose

But I’ll forget about you

I heard that old Jones song just the other day

’bout a man who took a broken heart to his grave

But I’ll be damned if a memory’s gonna lay me down

I might be walkin’ around with a head full of air

Actin’ kinda crazy but I don’t care

A heart barely beatin’ but I’ll still be above the ground

Yeah, cause I’ve lost weight and I’ve lost hair

And I don’t intend to ever go back there

Drinkin and a-thinkin’ ’bout a love that just wasn’t true

There’s a good chance I’ll end up insane

Without enough sense to come in from the rain

My mind might be the last thing you make me loose

But I’ll forget about you

Cause I’ve lost sleep and I’ve lost years

And there aint no tellin’ how many tears

My mind’s gonna be the last thing you make me loose

But I’ll forget about, I’ll forget about you

I’ll forget about you

Dierks Bentley Breathe You In

[Verse 1:]

I’ve never been the kind

To bear my heart and soul,

Yeah I’ve always taken pride,

Staying in control.

I told myself,

I’d never fall too deep.

But girl you came along,

And made a liar out of me.

I’m as gone,

As I,

Can be.

[Chorus:]

I wanna breathe you in,

I wanna be so close,

You can wear my skin,

Like a new set of clothes.

So you can’t even tell,

Where you end and I begin,

I wanna breathe you in.

I wanna breathe you in.

[Verse 2:]

Your silhouette

And moonlight on the wall

As you crawl across the bed,

Beats all I ever saw

The smell of your hair,

Falling on my face.

Those red wine, kisses

Give a buzz with just one taste.

Girl you blow, me, away

[Chorus:]

I wanna breathe you in,

I wanna be so close,

You can wear my skin,

Like a new set of clothes

So you can’t even tell,

Where you end I begin.

I want to breathe you in,

I want to breathe you in

Again, and again, and again.

Until the sun comes up

Mm again, and again, and again,

I can’t get enough.

I can’t get enough.

[Chorus:]

I wanna breathe you in,

I wanna be so close,

You can wear my skin,

Like a new set of clothes

So we can’t even tell

Where you end and I begin

I wanna breathe, you in.

I wanna breathe, you, in.

I wanna breathe you in.

Dierks Bentley Here She Comes, Here We Go

Here she comes, down the road

Rattling the gravel with the radio

Kicking out, some loud, honky tonk song

Here we go, buckle up

Put us both together in a pick up truck

Gonna be, memories, all night long

Might get wild I know

But here she comes, here we go

Ready or not

When she pulls the trigger I’m a load of buckshot

One little kiss

It’s a match to the fuse, the last bell at school

A kick to the bull at the rodeo

Here she comes, here we go

Here she comes, with a plan

Said she heard about a joint with a country band

Where they play, George Strait, that’s all

Here we go, walking in

She’s making every hat in the whole place spin

Around, checking out, that walk

Girls wish she’d just stay home

But here she comes, here we go

Ready or not

When she pulls the trigger I’m a load of buckshot

One little kiss

It’s a match to the fuse, the last bell at school

A kick to the bull at the rodeo

Here she comes, here we go

Here she comes, with that look

That says she’d rather be alone and that’s all it took

Here we go, out to that spot

Where we turn on the radio and the headlights off

Now she’s moving in real close

Here she comes, here we go

Ready or not

When she pulls the trigger, I’m a load of buckshot

One little kiss

It’s a match to the fuse, the last bell at school

Ready or not

When she pulls the trigger, I’m a load of buckshot

One little kiss

It’s a match to the fuse, the last bell at school

A kick to the bull at the rodeo

Here she comes, here we go