Shana Tucker

Shana Tucker

 Durham, North Carolina, USA
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November

Written By: Shana Tucker

VERSE:
I met you on the ninth, a classic case of seeing you across a crowded room except it was a church
We were playing a tune the bride had asked for, for when she walked down the aisle
And strangely enough, the song was “The First Time I Ever Saw Your Face”
And in the days that followed, we discovered our Soulmate-compatibility
You were mine and I yours, no questions asked, that’s just how it was
Then one day all that changed when you called me up and said that the fear of losing me
Was greater than the pain of letting go

CHORUS:
I miss my November, when my world was brand-new
Because I was loving you and I knew you loved me, too
And although you’re gone, and I’m moving on
I miss the month I loved you

VERSE:
I’m sitting here and I’m watching the snowflakes fall, reminding me of all
The reasons you could’ve stayed
But you only saw the snow as one big reason to leave
Couldn’t stay and watch it melt and turn into Spring
Had to get home before it got too deep
It’s funny; in the coldest month of the year I found someone to make me sweat
Quicken my pulse and sharpen my senses, silly shit like that
But now it’s…hmm…the date escapes me now, sitting here reminiscing about
Time long gone

CHORUS:
I miss my November, when my world was brand-new
Because I was loving you and I knew you loved me, too
And although you’re gone, and I’m moving on
I miss the month I love you

BRIDGE:
I miss November, I miss the month I loved you, all the things we used to do
And the way you used to kiss me…November

CHORUS:
I miss my November, when my world was brand-new
Because I was loving you and I knew you loved me, too
And although you’re gone, and I’m moving on
I miss the month I loved you

Fast Lane

Written By: Shana Tucker (ASCAP)

CHORUS
Get out the fast lane lady, out the fast lane you know
You’re over there talking on your cell phone, I can’t afford to go slow
In the fast lane, in the fast lane you know
You’re over there talking on your cell phone, I can’t afford to go
Slower traffic keep right, the troopers are nowhere in sight
I’m gonna be driving all through the night to get to where My baby’s waiting with the porchlight on

VERSE
If you had good lovin’ waiting on you like it’s waiting on me
You’d be driving like a bat outta hell, dipping and diving dangerously, too
If you knew that at the end of the road, there was a cool, tall glass of water
Waiting to quench your thirst…c’mon now, act like you know, you oughtta

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VERSE
Miles and miles lay between me and the one I love most
I stay on the road, singing my shows, I hardly get the chance to be close
But when I do, ooh…it’s as good as the first time
He never misses a beat – so tender, so sweet

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BRIDGE
I’ve been counting down the days and imagining the many ways
He’s gonna say hello, hello, hello, hello, hello to me
And when the morning comes, I’m gonna be cooking something good
We’ll have worked up an appetite getting reacquainted the previous night
Laughing, talking, joking, we’re gonna be strokin’
Like long-lost lovers do, Like friends who are lovers too

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