Memory Lane

(Brian Hendrix)

Some people have turbulent relationships and maybe shouldn't be together. Even still, when the relationship has gone on for a few miles, some partners like to take that trip down memory lane. This is about a man who actually does love the woman, but doesn't see anything on that trip worth looking at. This one sorta poured out of me in around 5 minutes. The verse structure and cadence are incredibly unique, unlike anything else out there, which makes me like it enough to post it to my catalog.

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It wasn't always this bad What she said And what she wants to discuss But some people ain't meant to be together And, baby, that's just us Looking back, there's only sorrow Shoutin' until we're strained Somehow she thinks it'll be okay If we just stroll down memory lane (Chorus) A trip down memory lane It's the same old pain We've always felt before Only heartache and blame Change the lane And take the next detour The next exit left, to the road ahead Drive until you've cleared the rain There's nothing here to look back on Let's stay off of memory lane I don't like where this leads So I plead Baby, let's just move on But maybe we're fated only to be The hook of a sad song Though I do love her, I don't wanna hurt I'd just like to be on my way But I'll let her think she's driving me On a jaunt down memory lane (Chorus) Maybe she could be right 'Bout the time That my heart did beat for her We were in love once, XXXXXXX XXX XXXXXXXXX XX X XXXXXXXX XXXXXXX XXX X XXXXX XXXX XX XXXXXXX XX XXX XXXXXX XXXX XXXXXXX XXXXXXX XX XXXX XXX XXXXX XXXX XX XXXXXX XXX XXXXX XX XXXXX XXXX X XXXX XXXX XXXXXX XXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXX XXXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXXX XXX XXX XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX XX XXX XXX XXXXX XX XXXXX XXX XXXXX XX XXX XXXXX XX XXXX XX XXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXX XXXXXXX XXXXXXX XXXX XX XXXX XXXX XX XXXXX XXXX XXX XX XXXXXX XXXX

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