Very Last Country Song Lyrics

by Sugarland

Today is my birthday
And all that I want is to dig through this
Big box of pictures in my kitchen
Till the daylights gone

This one here is my momma
With the long brown hair
I'm forty years older today than
She was in that picture there

But if life stayed the way it was
And lovers never fell out of love
If memories didn't last so long
If nobody did nobody wrong

If we knew what we had before it was gone
If every road led back home
This would be
The very last country song

These are all my babies
Lord knows how we survived
The first one was hard and the last wasn't planned
What a big surprise that's him with his daddy's eyes

I loved the man in this one
It's faded but I don't care
There are nights when I wake up
And know he's beside me I swear
Sometimes I still feel him there

But if life stayed it was
And lovers never fell out of love
If memories didn't last so long
If nobody did nobody wrong

If we knew what we had before it was gone
If every road led back home
This would be
The very last country song

If we knew what he had before it was gone
If every road led back home
This would be
The very last country song