S.B.Davie

S.B.Davie

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Heartache Dues

Written By: S.B. Davie

Here I stand at the front of the church
A witness by my side
The piano’s too loud for the six of us here
Your kids, and the preacher’s wife.

We’ve paid our heartache dues
Come darlin’ and take my hand
We’ve paid our heartache dues
Reach out, my darlin’ and take my hand

As we dash through the rain to the car
You trip letting go of your purse
An old man walks by, he’s soaked to the skin
For him life’s a whole lot worse

We’ve paid our heartache dues
Come darlin’ and take my hand
We’ve paid our heartache dues
Reach out, my darlin’ and take my hand

At home it’s light and it’s warm
Pieces of your past and mine
We know what love makes and we know what love breaks
Now we know what to do with our time.

We’ve paid our heartache dues
Come darlin’ and take my hand
We’ve paid our heartache dues
Reach out, my darlin’ and take my hand.

Saddle Sore

Written By: S.B.Davie


She threw me off her front porch
Kicked me down the street
Smashed the headlights on my truck
When I came back to plead

I stumbled once now here I am
With aches I can’t ignore
Instead of getting one more chance
I’m bruised and saddle sore!

My buddies said this day would come
They laughed at my black eye
I played the field, I never thought
My cheatin’ would backfire

But I stumbled once now here I am
With aches I can’t ignore
Instead of getting one more chance
I’m bruised and saddle sore!

I begged, I swore, I pleaded
Gave her my heart completely
She fixed my tie, we locked eyes
She smiled and then said sweetly,

“You stumble once, you’ll find yourself
With aches you can’t ignore
‘Cause boy, if you think that was bad
You don’t know saddle sore!”

You're on Your Way

Written By: S.B. Davie

You’re On Your Way

© 2005 by S.B. Davie and Rick Street

Your eyes have followed me around since breakfast
But me, I’ve got a million things to do
Don’t make me sit for more than just a moment
I need more time before I look at you

You’re on your way, I know, You’re on your way
Nothing I’ll do to make you stay
You’re on your way.

There’s nothing here you’ll want to take along
I’ll clean up now but even once you’re gone
I’ll see you on the sofa, in the car
The basement, on the walls, not very far.

You’re on your way, I know, You’re on your way
Nothing I’ll do to make you stay
You’re on your way.

I flirted, fooled, fell for another’s charms
Forgot that I belonged inside your arms.

Your eyes have followed me around since breakfast
But me, I’ve got a million things to do

You’re on your way, I know, You’re on your way
Nothing I’ll do to make you stay
You’re on your way.