Russell Dickerson Can’t Quit You

I just can’t take down your picture

You know the one on the dash of my truck

And I can’t clean out my closet

Cuz it sure has a lot of your stuff

How I try, not to live like that

But I just can’t quit you yet

I still got that old guitar

You know the one you used to play

But I ain’t change the strings on it,

Since the end of May

Sitting out here on the front steps

I just can’t quit you yet

Like a strong whiskey

Like a midnight cigarette

With the morning comes regret

But I can’t quit you yet

Every day’s still a battle

Between my heart and mind

And my heart is still wide open

But my mind has said goodbye

But the sun still sets like you never left

And I just can’t quit you yet

Like a strong whiskey

Like a midnight cigarette

With the morning comes regret

But I can’t quit you yet

Like a strong whiskey

Like a midnight cigarette

Oh, with the morning comes regret

But I can’t quit you yet

No I can’t quit you yet

No I can’t quit you yet