Granger Smith Unsent Letters

For the longest time I’ve been wrong and wrong again

I hope it’s not too late to mend your heart

God knows sometimes I blew it

Tell me what to do I’ll do it

There’s no safer place than in your arms

Well I found that note dated April 24

Must have been two days before you walked out the door

Tell me, how many hearts will break?

How many ships will sink?

How many good byes and bad cries is it really gonna take?

How many loves are gonna lose?

How many lives won’t stay together?

All because of unsent letters

I sat down at my laptop, searched through my whole inbox

For messages I never did reply

Then I started one by one, writing letters to everyone

That pushed away with my pride

And I found old friends

And I thanked my mom

And I told my brother, it’s been way too long

Tell me, how many hearts will break?

How many ships will sink?

How many good byes and bad cries is it really gonna take?

How many loves are gonna lose?

How many lives won’t stay together?

All because of unsent letters

Oh I’ll be the first to give in

Because I can’t make the same mistakes again

Oh I can’t live without you no more

So I’m taking this note to your door

How many hearts will break?

How many ships will sink?

How many good byes and bad cries is it really gonna take?

How many loves are gonna lose?

How many lives won’t stay together?

All because of unsent letters

All because of unsent letters

Granger Smith Mary Go Round

I know what I should be doing now

Turning this car around.

I shouldn’t be drivin’ here, 12 am

Asking her to let me in. No.

I should just cut off my phone

She’s been blowing it up ’cause now she’s all alone

Waiting on me to come

Saying boy you’d better run…

Oh no no but here I go

Hey Mary go round

Guess I’ll drop down my guard and then

Hey Mary go round

Round and round my heart again

Useless talking with her lovey eyes

If she’s really in love she can never decide

But she likes the benefits every now and then (ya she does).

All my friends tell me to run along

But with a kiss like hers it’s hard to be strong

Every touch is too much

I can’t get enough oh but here I go

Hey Mary go round

Guess I’ll drop down my guard and then

Hey Mary go round

Round and round my heart again

Well I feel just like a young boy

She spins me like her little toy

But I keep on going back for more and more and more

Hey Mary go round

Guess I’ll drop down my guard and then

Hey Mary go round

Round and round and round and round

Hey Mary go round

Guess I’ll drop down my guard and then

Hey Mary go round

Round and round my heart again

Yaaa

My Mary go round

Mary go round again

Granger Smith If Money Didn’t Matter

If money didn’t matter, I’d buy a brand new Chevrolet

And I’d burn up a full tank on a sunset back road.

If money didn’t matter, I’d buy a house out on a lake

With a boat dock on the bank, oh but deep down I know

That’s not like going home at night,

Pulling in a dirt road driveway

Falling in the arms of the girl I love.

I know who I am, I’m a rich man

Every single day

Because if money didn’t matter

It wouldn’t matter anyway.

If money didn’t matter, I’d quit working it so hard

I’d smoke a bunch of sweet cigars in a chair out on the beach.

If money didn’t matter, I’d buy a seat on a big jet

See the places I haven’t yet, but if you weren’t with me

That’s not like going home at night,

Pulling in a dirt road driveway

Falling in the arms of the girl I love.

I know who I am, I’m a rich man

Every single day

Because if money didn’t matter

It wouldn’t matter, it wouldn’t matter anyway.

We could still take a trip to the lake

Count the stars off my old tailgate

Oh, a billion bucks can’t buy that kind of stuff.

Cause you can’t buy going home at night,

Pulling in a dirt road driveway

Falling in the arms of the girl you love.

I know who I am, I’m a rich man

Every single day

Because if money didn’t matter

It wouldn’t matter anyway.

No, if money didn’t matter

It wouldn’t matter anyway.

It wouldn’t matter anyway.

Uh, if money didn’t matter,

It wouldn’t matter anyway.

Granger Smith Love Ain’t Blind

I’m looking at you tonight

Hair falling down over your eyes

Ain’t a thing about you getting by me right now

I’ve never seen a midnight moon

Shining something as pretty as you

Yeah girl I think I’m figuring out

Love ain’t blind

Hell, I see it all the time

Tonight it’s wearing a dress

Making me smile, stealing my breath

I used to think it was true

Oh, but baby it’s a lie

Love ain’t blind

‘Cause I see you

You know your kiss makes me close my eyes

Just like I do when I pray at night

And I’ve prayed for a girl like you a thousand times

Love is high and falling fast

Love is wild and made to last

Its been called a lot of things in my life, yeah

But love ain’t blind

Hell, I see it all the time

Tonight it’s wearing a dress

Making me smile, stealing my breath

I used to think it was true

Oh, but baby it’s a lie

Love ain’t blind

‘Cause I see you

When I see you girl

It just ain’t true girl

There’s a door right here in front of me

I’d have to be a fool not to see

Love ain’t blind

Hell, I see it all the time

Tonight it’s wearing a dress

Making me smile, stealing my breath

I used to think it was true

Oh, but baby it’s a lie

Love ain’t blind

‘Cause I see you

I see you, ooh

Whoa

Whoa

Whoa

Granger Smith November Never Came

I’m a summer time boy,

I guess you can blame it on the sun.

Hot days in the shade, can never get enough.

Porch swing, bare feet, that’s so me and you.

Now I’m walking by the lake, alone; nobody anywhere,

Hate to say, I felt the first chill in the air,

wish things didn’t change, but every year they do.

Days fly by faster, and June turns September,

The season is feeling gone.

I’ll be feeling fine if the leaves don’t fall,

Bitter winter breeze, I don’t miss at all,

Why do all the good things go away,

I’ll be better if November never came.

In a little town don’t they have better things to do,

some things don’t have to be front page news,

just look at that ring he’s making your drams come true,

some hearts move on faster,

and come this November,

like summer time, yours will be gone.

I’ll be feeling fine if the leaves don’t fall,

Bitter winter breeze, I don’t miss at all,

Why do all the good things go away,

I’ll be better if November never came.

Back to me, like an old movie scene,

Never thought you’d be just a Summer time memory.

I’ll be feeling fine if the leaves don’t fall,

Bitter winter breeze, I don’t miss at all,

Why do all the good things go away,

I’ll be better if November never came.

I’ll be feeling fine if the leaves don’t fall,

Bitter winter breeze, I don’t miss at all,

Why do all the good things go away,

I’ll be better if November never came, If November never came.

Granger Smith Everybody Lives

Everybody’s got a first kiss

But not everybody makes it last

Everybody’s got long list

Of some, some day I’m gonna do thats

Whoa, but nobody needs time

Till it runs out

Oh, so why take a left

When you can take a right now

Everybody’s got a future

But not everybody makes a past

Everybody’s got a chance to take that some don’t take

Till it’s too late to take it back

Everybody’s got a last breath

But not everybody breathes it in

Everybody dies

But not everybody lives

Not everybody lives

A lesson can’t be learned

Unless there’s a mistake

And a heart can never love

If it’s too afraid to break

Whoa, so don’t plan on the minute hand slowing down

Oh, no

Everybody’s got a future

But not everybody makes a past

Everybody’s got a chance to take that some don’t take

Till it’s too late to take it back

Everybody’s got a last breath

But not everybody breathes it in

Everybody dies

But not everybody lives

No, not everybody lives

Some people run from all the bad times

Till they run all out of good

Some people know how to say I love you

And some people wish they could

Everybody’s got a future

But not everybody makes a past

Everybody’s got a chance to take that some don’t take

Till it’s too late to take it back

Everybody’s got a last breath

But not everybody breathes it in

Everybody dies

Everybody dies

But not everybody lives

Granger Smith The Old Rock Church

When she saw the old rock church

She wanted me to think about her

In a white dress walking down the aisle

She was crazy beautiful

An angel far from typical

What I wouldn’t give to be that guy

So I made my mind up

Looking at her blue eyes

Promised her I was gonna be

The kind of man that she deserved

Every time I go outside

I’m gonna hold my head up high

Shake another hand

Help the ones that can’t

I wanna be her kind of man

I wanna learn about love

And forget about hate

And when it’s said and done

Hope it’ll be enough to be with her

At the old rock church

Like the ocean breezes blow

Certain things we’ll never know

What God gives and sometimes takes away

The place where she picked to wed

Now we’re gather there instead

To lay her down as her favorite church bells ring

I cried and called her name

Into the blue sky

Even though she’s not here

I can see it clearly now

Every time I go outside

I’m gonna hold my head up high

Shake another hand

Help the ones that can’t

She would want that kind of man

I wanna learn about love

And forget about hate

And when it’s said and done

Hope it’ll be enough to be with her

At the old rock church

I always knew that she had angel eyes

And we still have questions why

Just look around, she didn’t die in vain

Every time I go outside

Gonna hold my head up high

Shake another hand

Help the ones that can’t

She would need that kind of man

I wanna learn about love

And forget about hate

And when it’s said and done

Hope it’ll be enough to be with her

At the old rock church

When she saw the old rock church

She wanted me to think about her

Granger Smith Raise Up Your Glass

Could be a neon, its on, boys I got the first round

Could be a last second, Hail Mary, game-winning touchdown

Could be hittin’ it off with the one that you’re hittin’ on

Turning the page, new day, finally moving on

Whatever it is, yeah whatever it is

Raise up your glass, and make a toast

To all of the times that mean the most

Go on and let your worries roll right off your back

Still got some memories left to make

A whole lotta shots left to take

So let’s hold ’em high and live tonight like it’s our last

Raise up your glass

Could be an old friend, where you been, tap a keg, let her pour

Could be a new job, new luck, new year’s, pop a cork

Could be a buddy, deployed, last beer, ‘fore you send him off

A bottle of Jack, tipped back, ’cause he’s back home

Whatever it is, yeah whoever you’re with

Raise up your glass, and make a toast

To all of the times that mean the most

Go on and let your worries roll right off your back

Still got some memories left to make

A whole lotta shots left to take

So let’s hold ’em high and live tonight like it’s our last

Raise up your glass

Keep it up high, all night long

Drink it up ’till the last drop’s gone

Turn it up, yeah crank that song, and sing along

Yeah

Raise up your glass, and make a toast

To all the times that mean the most

Go on and let your worries roll right off your back

We still got some memories left to make

A whole lotta shots left to take

So let’s hold ’em high and live tonight like it’s our last

Raise up your glass

Raise up your glass

Yeah, raise up your glass

Granger Smith Merica

I got my one strap snapped on my Liberty Bibs

Wad of Levi Garrett packed between my lip and my gum

Merica

Got mud kickin’ off of my Red Wing boots

Sweat stained tank top in my Fruit of the Looms

Keep it tucked

Merica

[Chorus:]

We’re back to back undefeated world war champs

So take a cup, raise it up for my Uncle Sam

You know we sent a man to the moon

And before we’re done

Yeah we’ll probably send a man to the sun

Merica

Got a 12 gauge Remington on my gun rack

Stars and stripes flying high off the back of my truck

Course it’s 4×4

Merica

Buck antlers, Colonel Sanders, General Lee

Home of the brave and land of that Yee Yee

And country girls

Merica

[Chorus]

Buck. Truck. Chuck. Norris

I pledge allegiance to the flag of Merica

I crack a cole one and tip it on back to Merica

I got a right to bare arms for my barbed wire tat Merica

I’m gonna warn ya if you try to attack Merica

That we’re back to back undefeated world war champs

So take a cup, raise it up to my Uncle Sam

There’s about a zillion reasons to love where I’m from

But all you really gonna need is one

Merica

Granger Smith Red Dirt

Sweet like Sunday she said goodnight

In my old t-shirt and summer blue eyes

She doesn’t know that by morning light

I’ll be gone

Every heartache is tragic when it’s finally done

Even the moon cries at night for the sun

I stopped on the bridge where the Red River runs

And looked back to the past

Red dirt you’ve been slipping through my fingers

I may be crazy now to leave her

But I need something more to make me stay, that won’t wash away

Like me and her and red dirt

God knows it hurts me that I let her down

But my dreams and my plans are too much for that town

I look at the clock, she probably knows it by now

I’d better drive

Before I change my mind

Red dirt you’ve been slipping through my fingers

I may be crazy now to leave her

But I need something more to make me stay, that won’t wash away

Like me and her and red dirt

We were younger

Caught in the heat of September

When we laid down in that red dirt

But I’ve got to learn how to live in the now

Gotta do without that

Red dirt you’ve been slipping through my fingers

I may be crazy now to leave her

But I need something more to make me stay, that won’t wash away

Like me and her and red dirt

I’m gonna miss that red dirt