Luke Combs A Long Way

Six beers, five guys

And if I remember right

It was a Wednesday when we got our buzz off

A second-hand six pack

Half smoked, soft pack

Light it up, boys take a drag

And when I fought that cough off everyone else thought

I was so damn cool

My head was spinning like a tilt-a-whirl

Yeah man it really rocked my world

Back when things seemed just a little bit stronger

Back when the weekend lasted a little bit longer

Can’t tell you why they did but things seemed to never end back then

Oh, way back when

When a little went a long way

One girl, and 45

Bucks was all it took that night

Hit the steak house, make-out in the movies

Way up in the back

Credits roll, on pace

To make it all the way to second base

Tried to play it cool like it was nothing new

And she didn’t have clue

That my head was spinning like a tilt-a-whirl

Yeah man she really rocked my world

Back when things seemed just a little bit stronger

Back when the weekend lasted a little bit longer

Can’t tell you why they did but things seemed to never end back then

Oh, way back when

When a little went a long way

Back when things seemed just a little bit stronger

Back when the weekend lasted a little bit longer

Can’t tell you why they did but things seemed to never end back then

Oh way back when, when a little went a long long way, oh

A long way

Luke Combs Sheriff If You Want To

Well me and my buddies went sneaking out

About 2 AM to go and catch us some trout

And that’s when

I saw that car pull up

He said “Boys, I don’t care that you’re way out here

But you look a little young for all that beer”

And when he got close

I couldn’t tell who that was

He said “I ain’t the cops, I ain’t your parents

Boys, you’re dealing with the county sheriff”

So I said

We can share if you want to

So buddy won’t you

Take a sip and help us finish it tonight

I ain’t giving you an attitude

But I can tell you’re in a bad mood

And just a little bit

Will have you feeling just right

So dude, we can share if you want to

Me and the boys sneaking out again

A quick turnaround, it was the next weekend

We had the single cab

All filled up with smoke

He came up quick and tapped on the glass

I dropped that joint and sat up real fast

And when I saw who it was

Damn, I almost choked

Well it wasn’t the cops, it wasn’t our parents

It was our old friend, the county sheriff

So I said

We can share if you want to

So buddy won’t you

Take a hit and help us finish it tonight

I ain’t giving you an attitude

But I can tell you’re in a bad mood

And just a little bit

Will have you feeling just right

So dude, we can share if you want to

Well we got off both times

Even though it crossed that line

And you can too

Cuz all you have to do

Is say

We can share if you want to

So buddy won’t you

Take a sip and help us finish it tonight

I ain’t giving you an attitude

But I can tell you’re in a bad mood

And just a little bit

Will have you feeling just right

So dude, we can share if you want to

We can share if you want to

Luke Combs Hurricane

Hadn’t had a good time

Since you know when

Got talked into going out

With hopes you were staying in

I was feeling like myself for the first time

In a long time

‘Til I bumped into some of your friends

Over there talkin’ to mine

Then you rolled in with your hair in the wind

Baby, without warning

I was doing alright

But just your sight had my heart storming

The moon went hiding, stars quit shining

Rain was driving, thunder, lightning

You wrecked my whole world when you came

And hit me like a hurricane

Hit me like a hurricane

Knew it was gonna be a long night

From the moment when

We locked eyes over whiskey on ice

Started talking bout us again

If I woulda just layed my drink down

And walked out

I wouldn’t be in my truck

Driving us to your house

But you rolled in with your hair in the wind

Baby, without warning

I was doing alright

But just your sight had my heart storming

The moon went hiding, stars quit shining

Rain was driving, thunder, lightning

You wrecked my whole world when you came

And hit me like a hurricane

You hit me like a hurricane

You hit me category five

With your smile

Blew me away

And girl, it ain’t but midnight

You done killed the lights

Bent my heart back to your bedside

Then you rolled in with your hair in the wind

Baby, without warning

I was doing alright

But just your sight had my heart storming

The moon went hiding, stars quit shining

Rain was driving, thunder, lightning

You wrecked my whole world when you came

And hit me like a hurricane

You hit me like a hurricane

Hit me like a hurricane

Luke Combs Must’ve Never Met You

Just pick yourself up, dust yourself off

They say it ain’t that hard

But just putting one foot in front of the other ain’t getting me too far

This moving on ain’t coming along the way they said it would

I guess whoever said “the grass is greener”

Must’ve never seen the other side

And “what don’t kill you makes you stronger”

Sure sounds like a lie

And whoever said that “time heals everything and everything will be alright”

Whoever said “it ain’t the end of the world and you’ll find somebody new”

Must’ve never met you

Must’ve never met you

Must’ve never heard you say you’d never leave me

Then watch you walk away

Must’ve never fell as hard as I did

‘Cause then they wouldn’t say

“Maybe it wasn’t meant to be, yeah maybe you’re better off alone”

I guess whoever said “the grass is greener”

Must’ve never seen the other side

“What don’t kill you makes you stronger”

Sure sounds like a lie

And whoever said that “time heals everything and everything will be alright”

Whoever said “it ain’t the end of the world and you’ll find somebody new”

Must’ve never met you

Must’ve never met you

I guess whoever said “the grass is greener”

Must’ve never seen the other side

“What don’t kill you makes you stronger”

Still sounds like a lie

And whoever said that “time heals everything and everything will be alright”

Whoever said “it ain’t the end of the world, you know she ain’t the only girl”

“You win, you lose, you find somebody new”

Must’ve never met you

Must’ve never met you

Luke Combs Let The Moonshine

It’s been a long night

With a heavy load

And now my high beams are shining on my babies road

Gonna pick up some clay on the tread of these tires

Have ourselves a hell of a night

Look up in that Carolina sky

[Chorus:]

Let that moonshine, all night, take your breath away

Like an old sweet song daddy used to play

And it takes me back to a simpler place and time

When we used to kick back

And let the moonshine

So let the moonshine

It’s been a long time

Since we felt that creek

Running cold and clear over our bare feet

Baby you don’t know that this right here

Is the same water my home man used in his still

I still remember what he used to say

[Chorus]

It burns me up and lights a fire in my soul

Well get you a sip

And let the whiskey take control

[Chorus]

Luke Combs When It Rains It Pours

Sunday morning, man, she woke up fighting mad

Bitching and moaning on and on ’bout the time I had

And by Tuesday, you could say that girl was good as gone

And then when Thursday came around, I was all alone

So I went for a drive to clear my mind, ended up at a Shell on I-65

Then I won a hundred bucks on a scratch off ticket

Bought two twelve packs and a tank of gas with it

She swore they were a waste of time, oh, but she was wrong

I was caller number 5 on the radio station

Won a 4-day, 3-night beach vacation

Deep sea, senorita, fishing down in Panama

And I ain’t gotta see my ex future mother-in-law anymore

Oh, Lord, when it rains it pours

Now she was sure real quick to up and apologize

When she heard about my new found luck on that FM dial

And it’s crazy how lately now it just seems to come in waves

What I thought was gonna be the death of me was my saving grace

It’s got me thinking that her leaving is the only logical reason

That I got the last spot in the Hooter’s parking lot

And the waitress left her number on my check with a heart

She picked up on the first ring when I gave her a call

And I only spent five bucks at the Moose Club Raffle

Won a used four-wheeler and three free passes

For me and two of my buddies to play a round of golf

And I ain’t gotta see my ex future mother-in-law anymore

Oh, Lord, when it rains it pours

When it rains it pours

I’ve been on one hell of a redneck roll for three weeks now

And it all started on the day that she walked out

Then I won a hundred bucks on a scratch off ticket

Bought two twelve packs and a tank of gas with it

She swore they were a waste of time, oh, but she was wrong

And I was caller number 5 on the radio station

Won a 4-day, 3-night beach vacation

Deep sea, senorita, fishing down in Panama

And I ain’t gotta see my ex future mother-in-law anymore

Oh, Lord, when it rains it pours

When it rains it pours

Luke Combs Dive

Oh, maybe I came on too strong

Maybe I waited too long

Maybe I played my cards wrong

Oh, just a little bit wrong

Baby I apologize for it

I could fall or I could fly

Here in your airplane

And I could live, I could die

Hangin’ on the words you say

And I’ve been known to give my all

And jumpin’ in harder than

Ten thousand rocks on the lake

So don’t call me baby

Unless you mean it

And don’t tell me you need me

If you don’t believe it

So let me know the truth

Before I dive right into you

You’re a mystery

I’ve travelled the world

And there’s no other girl like you

No one, what’s your history? (What’s your history?)

Do you have a tendency to lead some people on?

‘Cause I heard you do, mmh

I could fall, or I could fly

Here in your airplane

And I could live, I could die

Hanging on the words you say

And I’ve been known to give my all

And lie awake, every day

Don’t know how much I can take

So don’t call me baby

Unless you mean it

Don’t tell me you need me

If you don’t believe it

So let me know the truth

Before I dive right into you

I could fall, or I could fly

Here in your airplane

And I could live, I could die

Hangin’ on the words you say

And I’ve been known to give my all

Sittin’ back, lookin’ at

Every mess that I made

So don’t call me baby

Unless you mean it

Don’t tell me you need me

If you don’t believe it

So let me know the truth

Before I dive right into you

Before I dive right into you

Before I dive right into you

Luke Combs Can I Get An Outlaw

Back in the day it was a six gun, and a six string

Man, that was country

And that’s the way country still out to be

It was lived, not taught, it was earn that ball

Had to put in the work to get to the top

Let me tell you, how things really gone wrong

These days its all wannabes singing someone else’s songs

Everybody’s doing the same damn thing

Where have the rebels gone?

[Chorus:]

Cause we don’t need

Another pretty boy, singing pretty songs

We need country boys, doing country all raw

Another Haggard, or a Johnny Cash

Somebody chewing tobacco, and whipping ass

I need preacher, I need a savior

How about y’all?

Can I get an outlaw?

It don’t have to be honkytonks, boots, and wrangler jeans

It ain’t the banjo or the fiddle, no

It’s the words and what they mean

If you gonna talk the talk, you better walk the walk

And brother that’s the truth

So honestly, what would Waylon do?

I can guarantee that if he was alive today

He’d ask us one more time:

“Are you sure Hank done it this way?”

[Chorus]

Are the good times really gone for good?

Or did we get back to our roots?

It’s about that time we raise the bar

So raise a glass if you feel like I do

[Chorus]

I pray country answers my call

Can I get an outlaw?

Oh, can I get an outlaw?

Luke Combs One Number Away

Are you sitting at home all alone trying to fall asleep?

Are you staring a hole through your phone praying that it rings?

Are you watching a movie that you’ve seen a thousand times?

Maybe playing some Mayer getting lost in your favorite lines?

If you’re anything like me

You just might be doing whatever it takes to drown out the noise

But I just wanna hear your voice

And I’m one number away from calling to you

I said I was through, but I’m dying, inside

Got my head in a mess, girl I confess

I lied when I said, “I’m leaving and not coming back”

Might be the whiskey or the midnight rain

But everywhere I go I see your face

In my brain, dial it up, everything I want to say

But I’m still one number away

Are you stuck at a red light with a Marlboro Light on your lips?

Does the smoke in your mirror get clearer without my kiss?

Are you changing the station replacing our favorite song?

Maybe it’s a mistake, hit the brakes, I’m moving on

If you’re anything like me

You just might be doing whatever it takes to outrun the storm

But I’m almost out that door

And I’m one number away from calling to you

I said I was through, but I’m dying, inside

Got my head in a mess, girl, I confess

I lied when I said, “I’m leaving and not coming back”

Might be the whiskey or the midnight rain

But everywhere I go I see your face

In my brain, dial it up, everything I want to say

But I’m still one number away

Will you pick up when I call?

Or just forget we loved at all?

We don’t have to talk, I just wanna hear your voice

And I’m one number away from calling to you

I said I was through, but I’m dying, inside

Got my head in a mess, girl, I confess

I lied when I said, “I’m leaving and not coming back”

Might be the whiskey or the midnight rain

But everywhere I go I see your face

In my brain, dial it up, anything I want to say

But I’m still one number away

Away

Away

Yea I’m still one number away

Luke Combs Refrigerator Door

There’s daddy on his John Deere, brand new in ’96

Beside me and Bandit playing fetch when I was a kid

It might be easy to walk on by

And open the door and never blink an eye

Cause they’re just pictures hanging side by side

Forgotten memories from another time

Just the places that I’ve been before

Couple magnets, recipes and polaroids

That’s my life on the ‘frigerator door

My first day in kindergarten when I was 5 years old

A postcard that my brother sent from Cancun, Mexico

There’s a list you’ll need to make mama’s apple pie

My favorite things have never been on the inside

But they’re just pictures hanging side by side

Forgotten memories from another time

Just the places that I’ve been before

Couple magnets, recipes and polaroids

That’s my life on the ‘frigerator door

They ain’t just pictures hanging side by side

They’re more than a memories from another time

Ain’t just the places that I’ve been before

More than magnets, recipes and polaroids

Yeah that’s my life on the ‘frigerator door

That’s my life on the ‘frigerator door