Mitchell Tenpenny - My Next Sad Song Lyrics


You walked in with a friend
Like a cliché girl in a corner booth
Tight black jeans with the tennis shoes
I saw you, you saw me
I asked your name
Bought you a drink
And you downed that thing with an attitude
And you made fun of my tattoos
And we agreed to disagree

From the second that I saw you, girl, I knew
That sometimes there ain’t a thing a man can do

It’s a tale as old as time
Guy sees the girl, girl gets the guy
They’ve been out here stealing hearts for way too long
Girl, you had me at hello
How was I supposed to know
You were writing my next sad song

You took me back to your hometown
And your daddy said don’t fuck it up
When I told him that you might be the one
That gets me down on one knee

From the second that I saw you girl I knew
That sometimes there ain’t a thing a man can do

It’s a tale as old as time
Guy sees the girl, girl gets the guy
They’ve been out here stealing hearts for way too long
Girl, you had me at hello
How was I supposed to know
You were writing my next sad song

Every kiss, every goodnight, every good morning
It was too good to be true but I ignored it
Oh, I ignored it

It’s a tale as old as time
Guy sees the girl, girl gets the guy
They’ve been out here stealing hearts for way too long, oh
Girl, you had me at hello
How was I supposed to know
You were writing my next sad song
Girl, I can’t be mad at you
There’s no way you ever knew
You were writing my next sad song
Oh, you were writing my next
My next sad song


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