Song Lyrics : From Austin by Zach Bryan



From Austin


There is concrete below me and a sky above so blue
I'm finally leaving Austin and I wish it was with you
I am just a sickness and you seem to be the cure
How much can a southern girl honestly endure?
Remember northwest mountains, they were snow-capped in June
You were napping on my arms on a Sunday afternoon
But babe, I've gotta heal myself from the things I've never felt
Repression is my heaven but I'd rather go through hell

It's 'bout time that I left Austin
'Bout time you settled down
With a man who doesn't move as quick
As the trains rolling through town
'Bout time that I faced
The hard times I'd let go
If love was just an ocean
I'll drown before I float

You remember getting drunk on the outskirts of this town
When I gave you all I had but it still let you down
Everyone I ever loved has either left or died
Wish I was born with concrete shoes but I'm leaving tonight

It's 'bout time that I left Austin
'Bout time you settled down
With a man who doesn't move as quick
As the trains rolling through town
'Bout time that I faced
The hard times I'd let go
If love was just an ocean
I would drown before I float

Float
Float

There's concrete below me and a sky above so blue
People ruin people, I don't wanna ruin you
I am just a sickness and you seem to be the cure
How much can a southern girl honestly endure?

And I'm finally gone from Austin
You finally settled down
With a man who didn't move as quick
As the trains rolled through town
I finally had to face
The hard times I've let go
If loving you's an ocean
I'd have drowned so you could float

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