Love Changes Everything Song Lyrics

John Michael Montgomery

John Michael Montgomery Pictures cover art
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Before my second year of college, you were barely seventeen.
I was haulin' hay for your Daddy, an' you brought me a glass of tea.
To a farm boy from Oklahoma, you were small town Texas prize,
An' every young man's dream in cut-off jeans, with that Homecoming Queen smile.
You were makin' fun of my farmer's tan an' I was lettin' you.
An' fightin' bull in the July heat, tryin' to keep my cool.

An' the prairie wind sang while the dust devils danced.
It just got hotter as the summer passed.
An' that first kiss stole our breath away.
An' the breeze died down as our hearts surrendered.
The moonlight shattered as it crashed on the river.
We both knew we'd never be the same:
'Cause love changes everything.

Track Listing

  • 1 Country Thang
  • 2 Love Changes Everything
  • 3 'Til Nothing Comes Between Us
  • 4 Got You To Thank For That
  • 5 Pictures
  • 6 Love And Alcohol
  • 7 I Wanna Be There
  • 8 Believe In Me
  • 9 It Goes Like This (feat. Sixwire)
  • 10 Four-Wheel Drive

  • credits

    publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
    writers: Clint Ingersoll, Jeremy N. Spillman
    album: Track 2 in album Pictures
    release date:
    popularity : 64 users have visited this page.
    length: 4:27

    Album Information

    script: Latin