Mackenzie McHugh

Mackenzie McHugh

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Lyrics

Stepping Stone

Written By: Mackenzie McHugh

Stepping Stone
Written by Mackenzie McHugh
Grew up on the side of town
Where the birds fly South
When the cold comes around
And I could put a name to any face here tonight

Where the roots grow deep in families and trees
Taught to always come home but spread my wings
And I’ll never forget
That everything’s gonna be alright

Chorus
So don’t look back but don’t forget
That what’s in your past got you to where you’re at
And that little home town was a stepping stone
To the next road

The lessons you learned were to make you strong
And each heartbreak fought is just more taillights gone
And that pickup truck that always broke down was a stepping stone
Turnin’ on to the next road

Verse
All those times that you didn’t think twice
All the time you could’ve saved if you would’ve just been right
All the mistakes, chances you didn’t take
But that’s over now

Where the ones you love don’t ever seem to leave
And the ones that stay don’t ever seem to need
Nothing more than a front porch and the swing

Chorus
So don’t look back but don’t forget
That what’s in your past got you to where you’re at
And that little home town was a stepping stone to the next road

The lessons you learned were to make you strong
And each heartbreak fought is just more taillights gone
And that pickup truck that always broke down was a stepping stone
Turnin’ on to the next road

Bridge
You’ve had your share of the fire, you’ve had your share of the burn
You’ve had your share of the things, you wish you wouldn’t have learned
The hard way
But one thing that always stays the same

Chorus
So don’t look back but don’t forget
If it’s in your past it’s probably worth a glance
Cause that little home town is the only thing you can count on now

The lessons you learned were’nt to break you down
And each heartbreak fought is a memory of that town
And that pickup truck that always broke down was a stepping stone, yeah
That little home town was a stepping stone to the next road
Yeah, to the next road