Lucy Hale Runaway Circus

We thought we were the greatest show on earth

Two kids running around kicking up dirt

Falling, flying, big top loving in a little old town

When you’re high-wire walking, don’t you dare look down

And tease the lions

Oh, you toss love around like a juggling act

Oh, you put your heart in a cannon and you didn’t look back

Just when I thought I had heaven one day

Just like that heaven was packed and gone away

All you left was a field of dust, you runaway circus

You talked me into a ticket for two,

Played with my heart for a grandstand view

But the star attraction was smoke and magic

Oh, you toss love around like a juggling act

Oh, you put your heart in a cannon and you didn’t look back

Just when I thought I had heaven one day

Just like that heaven was packed and gone away

All you left was a field of dust, you runaway circus

You runaway circus

Oh

Oh

Oh, you toss love around like a juggling act

Oh, you put your heart in a cannon and you didn’t look back

Just when I thought I had heaven one day

Just like that heaven was packed and gone away

All you left was a field of dust, you runaway circus

You runaway circus

You runaway circus

Lucy Hale Feels Like Home

Ten years old, hair running wild

Dirt on my face and a naughty smile

I was so in love with the place that I called home

Fourteen, growing up fast

Chasing boys and skipping class

Double daring on the kiss me back, scared down to the bone

‘Cause there’s no one that I gotta be, it all comes down to the simple things

It feels like home and family, my feet in the red clay

My heart runs like the Mississippi, all the way back from the big city

When the sun goes down at the end of the day, nowhere else can make me feel this way

It feels like home

It feels like home

It feels like home

It feels like home

Feels like home

Sixteen on a jet plane

Yeah, nothing’s ever gonna be the same

Way out here, it don’t even rain

In the city of angels

Even though I like it here

I get scared that I’ll disappear

So I close my eyes, start clicking my heels

I remember how it feels

When there’s no one that I gotta be, it all comes down to the simple things

It feels like home and family, my feet in the red clay

My heart runs like the Mississippi, all the way back from the big city

And when the sun goes down at the end of the day,

Nowhere else can make me feel this way

It feels like home

It feels like home

It feels like home

It feels like home

Feels like home

It’s where I learned to drive back when I was thirteen

My dad gave me the wheel then said, “Give it back to me.”

Summer days down at walnut grove lake

We were thinking we were cool like ’96 in the shade

Telling secrets in the southern moonlight,

The way my mom said it’s alright to roam,

But this is home

No one that I gotta be, it all comes down to the simple things

It feels like home and family, my feet in the red clay

My heart runs like the Mississippi, all the way back from the big city

And when the sun goes down at the end of the day, nowhere else can make me feel this way

It feels like home

It feels like home

It feels like home

It feels like home

Feels like home

Lucy Hale Bless Myself

There’s a little secret

I would like to tell you

There’s a book of lies

I know they’ll try to sell you

And they’ll try, and they’ll try

To convince you to buy you need ’em

So the next time you’re down

Look inside not around.

I can bless myself

There’s no need for someone’s help

There’s no one to blame

There’s no one to save you but yourself

I can justify all the mistakes in my life

It’s taught me to be, it’s givin’ me me

And I’ll survive

‘Cause I have blessed myself.

I have searched the world to find

There’s nothing better

Than when me, myself and I

Can come together

And I know for a fact

There’s a spirit I lack called defend

Yeah I’ve been through it all

Just to find in the end

I can bless myself

There’s no need for someone’s help

There’s no one to blame

There’s no one to save you but yourself

I can justify all the mistakes in my life

It’s taught me to be, it’s givin’ me me

And I’ll survive

‘Cause I have blessed myself.

Do you ever wonder

How anything can make you cry

Have yourself discover

That the pain you feel

Is the pain that you deny in your life

So open up your eyes

You can bless yourself

There’s no need for someone else

There’s no one to blame

There’s no one to save you but yourself

I can bless myself

There’s no need for someone’s help

There’s no one to blame

There’s no one to save you but yourself

I can justify all the mistakes in my life

It’s taught me to be, it’s givin’ me me

And I’ll survive

‘Cause I have blessed myself.

La La La La La

La La La La La

I will survive

‘Cause I have blessed myself.

Lucy Hale My Little Black Wedding Dress

It’s been a while since I’ve reached for that wedding dress

The one I always liked to wear, a girl’s just gotta look her best

It’s a timeless classic, basic cut

Some things just stay in style

Perfect for that special day and it looks so good going down the aisle

I’m ushered in, I take my place on the bride’s side of the church

And it fits me like a glove, holds me just tight enough

It’s nothing new, but it still turns heads

My little black wedding dress

My little black wedding dress

It’s been dry-cleaned for tears of joy and a champagne toast or two

Posed for pictures and never missed a dance with the best man and the groom

The organ starts, no wedding march

We stand and spin around

And it fits me like a glove, holds me just tight enough

It’s nothing new, but it still turns heads

My little black wedding dress

My little black wedding dress

Wish I’d never bought it as I’m hanging it in the closet

What I wouldn’t give tonight to trade it in for one that’s white

And fits me like a glove, holds me just tight enough

But until then, it’s just me, I guess

And my little black wedding dress

My little black wedding dress

Lucy Hale Nervous Girls

I’m that girl you think that’s got it figured out.

But I walk around, with a head full of doubt.

The cruelest words about me, come from my own mouth – la da de, la de da.

Yeah, I’m that girl, who wants what I ain’t got who looks in the mirror, and sees all that I’m not.

Wish I could jump off this reckless train of thought – la da de, la de da.

Well it’s a cruel, cruel world.

For Collie and her golden, home-coming crown.

For Penny’s dirty secret getting spread all over town.

For Hanna and her skinny jeans, so damn scared to eat.

Well the DJ haunts the halls,

And the boys they never call,

And I guess we’re all the same after all.

Nervous girls.

Well I’m that girl who gave my heart up,

Got close to picture perfect, or at least close enough to watch the pieces scatter, then pick ’em all up.

La da de, la de da.

Oh but I still believe in love.

For Heather waiting tables, trying to pick up from the past.

For Jenny with that diamond ring and a vow that didn’t last.

For Alice turning thirty, looking through that looking glass.

Well the DJ haunts the halls,

And the boys they never call,

And I guess we’re all the same after all.

Nervous girls.

Oooooo

Oooooo

Oooooo

I’m scared and I’m brave, or somewhere between the two.

I’m beautifully strong, and tragically confused.

Yeah, I’m that girl, that’s just like you.

Well the DJ haunts the halls,

And when the boys finally call…

We’re not sure that we want ’em after all.

Nervous girls, nervous girls, nervous girls, nervous girls.

Lucy Hale Extra Ordinary

I’m imprisoned, I’ve been living a lie

Another night of putting on a disguise

I wanna tear it off and step in the light

Don’t you, don’t you?

So now I’m knocking at your front door

And I’m looking for the right cure

I’m still a little bit unsure

‘Cause I know,

Yeah I know

That most people see me as ordinary

But if you look close you’ll find I’m very

Interesting and hard to know

You can never tell where this might go

‘Cause I’m not your average, average person

I don’t know much, but I know for certain

That I’m just a little bit extra, extra

I’m just a little bit extra ordinary

I can see it from the spark in your eyes

You believe in all the things you deny

You wanna fly and leave your worries behind

Don’t you, don’t you?

Well now I’m knocking at your front door

And I’m looking for the right cure

I’m still a little bit unsure

‘Cause I know,

Yeah I know

That most people see me as ordinary

But if you look close you’ll find I’m very

Interesting and hard to know

You can never tell where this might go

‘Cause I’m not your average, average person

I don’t know much, but I know for certain

That I’m just a little bit extra, extra

I’m just a little bit extra ordinary

Lucy Hale Those 3 Words

Two a.m. and the phone starts ringin’

You didn’t know you didn’t mean to keep me waitin’

Maybe a little part of me is still tryin’ to believe

You mean it when you say it

But, let’s not complicate it with

Those three words ain’t gonna make it right this time

Those three words won’t keep me up another night

Makin’ up is not enough, when you keep makin’ up new ways to make it hurt

You can’t fix it with those three words

You pull that line like a parachute

Like it’ll save you from the stupid things you do

Maybe I was always there to catch you, maybe I would care

If you cared at all

I’d be waiting there to fall for

Those three words ain’t gonna make it right this time

Those three words won’t keep me up another night

Makin’ up is not enough, when you keep makin’ up new ways to make it hurt

You can’t fix it with those three words

Those three words used to be mean everything

But those three words, now they don’t mean anything

Those three words ain’t gonna make it right this time

Those three words won’t keep me up another night

Makin’ up is not enough, when you keep makin’ up new ways to make it hurt

You can’t fix it with those three words

Those three words ain’t gonna make it right this time

Those three words won’t keep me up another night

Makin’ up is not enough, when you keep makin’ up new ways to make it hurt

You can’t fix it with those three words

Those three words

Those three words

Lucy Hale Road Between

I don’t have any answers

I’m not short on questions anymore

Still choosing lost causes,

Defending battles and hopeless wars

With the right heart

Wrong decision

Keeps you blinded

Tunnel vision

Oh the road to

Love is paved with good intentions

I’m still getting to the good part

The breaking down

Learning how to write my story

And I’m in the middle of the madness

The live and lose

Finding who I’m gonna be

From the start till the end

I’m still learning the road between

I’m gonna need to borrow patience

A shot of courage for letting go

Rent a little wisdom

Until I can afford my own

With the right heart

Wrong decision

Going slower

Tunnel vision

Oh, the road to

Love is paved with good intentions

And I’m still getting to the good part

The breaking down

Learning how to write my story

And I’m in the middle of the madness

The live and lose

Finding who I’m gonna be

From the start till the end

I’m still learning the road between

And I know it ain’t gonna be easy, no

But I’m a fighter and you can’t take that from me, no

This is just a page in the chapter I’m in

And I’m still getting to the good part

The breaking down

Learning how to

Write my story

And I’m in the middle of the madness

The live and lose

Finding who I’m gonna be

From the places I’ve been

To wherever I’ll go

From the start till the end

I’m still learning the road between

Lucy Hale Goodbye Gone

I stole the keys to your black Trans Am,

Getting out of here to get my happy back.

Spin the dial find a brand new song.

Boy, I’m gonna getcha Goodbye Gone.

You let me go and I’m losing sleep,

Counting your lies like I’m counting sheep.

Now it’s time to right this wrong,

Boy, I’m gonna getcha Goodbye Gone.

I can stay out late if it makes me happy,

Flirt with the boy who’s looking at me.

Whatever it takes to break this heartbreak,

I’ve had way too long.

Getcha goodbye, getcha Goodbye Gone.

Getcha, getcha goodbye, getcha Goodbye Gone.

Getcha goodbye, getcha Goodbye Gone.

Getcha, getcha goodbye, getcha Goodbye Gone.

Picking up my girls, first round’s on me,

With the money I got when I pawned your ring.

Turning off my phone ‘cause tonight it’s on,

Boy, I’m gonna getcha Goodbye Gone.

Gonna make up for all I missed,

I’m crossing your name right off of my list.

I can stay out late if it makes me happy,

Flirt with the boy who’s looking at me.

Whatever it takes to break this heartbreak,

I’ve had way too long.

Getcha goodbye, getcha Goodbye Gone.

Getcha, getcha goodbye, getcha Goodbye Gone.

Getcha goodbye, getcha Goodbye Gone.

Getcha, getcha, getcha Goodbye Gone.

Yeah… Ohhh…

Getcha Goodbye Gone… Yeah.

I stole the keys to your black Trans Am,

Now I’m never looking back again.

I can stay out late if it makes me happy,

Flirt with the boy who’s looking at me.

Whatever it takes to break this heartbreak,

I’ve had way too long.

Getcha goodbye, getcha Goodbye Gone.

Getcha, getcha goodbye, getcha Goodbye Gone.

Getcha goodbye, getcha Goodbye Gone.

Getcha, getcha goodbye, getcha Goodbye Gone.

Getcha goodbye, getcha goodbye.

Getcha, getcha, getcha goodbye, getcha Goodbye Gone.

Getcha goodbye, getcha goodbye.

Getcha, getcha, getcha goodbye, getcha Goodbye Gone.

Lucy Hale From The Backseat

We were burning in a ’94 Corolla,

Three hours deep into South Dakota

I was workin’ on a lukewarm Coca-Cola

In the dog days of July

And my dad was a Superman stick shift driver,

Stayed Lois Lane beside him

Kissing to the rhythm of the billboard signs

As they went blurring by

Even when he would stop to pull over,

He never took his hand off of her shoulder

You can see for miles

You can reach the dials,

Sit back and smile from the front seat

You can chase the sun

You can feel the hum of the axles underneath your feet

When you’re sitting shotgun,

You’re sittin’ pretty and free

But you learn to love from the backseat,

So blink one day and I’m rolling along,

With a part time job

And blue pom-poms,

Like every day’s a knock off Mellencamp song

With his hand right on my knee,

And we made the age-old prom night promise

Put the corsage right where I want it

And we found a road with nobody on it

And we didn’t stop to think,

And I didn’t care when he killed the motor,

Shut off the lights and we climbed over,

You can see for miles

You can reach the dials,

Sit back and smile from the front seat

You can chase the sun

You can feel the hum of the axles underneath your feet

When you’re sitting shotgun,

You’re sittin’ pretty and free

But you learn to love from the back seat

Up here I see it clear through the rear-view

It’s good to take the back seat

When you get to

You can see for miles

You can reach the dials,

Sit back and smile from the front seat

You can chase the sun

You can feel the hum of the axles underneath your feet

When you’re sitting shotgun,

You’re sittin’ pretty and free

But you learn to love

You can see for miles

You can reach the dials,

Sit back and smile from the front seat

You can chase the sun

You can feel the hum of the axles underneath your feet

When you’re sitting shotgun,

You’re sittin’ pretty and free

But you learn to love from the back seat

We were burning in a ’94 Corolla

Three hours deep into South Dakota

I was working on a lukewarm Coca-Cola