Heather Braden

Heather Braden

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Lyrics

Daddy & Me

Written By: Heather Braden

Chorus:

Way down south in Tennessee
On the banks of Hiwassee
My daddy and me
‘Round the railroad tracks
Where the river bends
With a fishin’ pole
We'd wade right in

Verse 1:

I learned to breathe
I learned to live
Took my first steps
On that river be
Caught my first trout
When I was three
And my daddy swears it was bigger than me
Yeah, my daddy swears it was bigger than me

Verse 2:
We’d talk about
All sorts of things
Like old regrets
And memories
Sometimes the water
It ran dry
But we always had the best of times
Yeah, we always had the best of times

Verse 3:

I know they say
Fishin’ is for guys
But my daddy swears
I’m the fishin’ kind
So if you wanna catch
More than river weeds
Grab your pole and come fish with me
Yeah, grab your pole and come fish with me

Verse 4:

When I have a
Little girl of my own
I’m gonna take her down
To the wading zone
She’ll learn to fish
She’ll learn to live
Just like her ole momma did
Yeah, just like her ole momma did

Ending:

Way down south in Tennessee
On the banks of Hiwassee
My daddy and me

Back to You

Written By: Heather Braden

VERSE 1:

Here in this crowded room
I sit all alone
Writing this letter
To where my heart calls home

How did I get here
Where did I go wrong
I should have stayed
In your loving arms

I can’t say that I never did you wrong
But in the hard times it’s you that makes me strong

CHORUS:

I can’t wait another day
To get back to you
Your taste, your touch, your love

And I’m sorry for the years
That I’ve wasted from you
But now I know I need you
I need you

VERSE 2:

Tried to push you
Away from my wrong
But you still stood by me
Though I thought I moved on

A heart of regret
Oh so burdened and torn
It’s the thought of you
That keeps me hanging on

Oh, I know how much I did you wrong
But it’s amazing how you’ve loved me all along