My Old Friend Lyrics

Tim McGraw

credits


publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Steve Mcewan, Craig Wiseman
album: Track 2 in album Live Like You Were Dying
release date: 2004-8-24
popularity : 37 users have visited this page.
genres: Folk, World, & Country
styles: Country
length: 3:38

Album Information

label: Curb Records
country(area): United States
format: CD
barcode: 715187885820
script: Latin

Cover Art

Tim McGraw Live Like You Were Dying cover art

Lyrics

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My old friend, I recall
The times we had, hanging on my wall
I wouldn't trade them for gold
'Cause they laugh and they cry me
Somehow sanctify me
They're woven in the stories I have told, and tell again
My old friend, I apologize
For the years that have passed
Since the last time you and I
Dusted off those memories
The running and the races
The people and the places
There was always somewhere else I had to be
And time gets thin, my old friend
Don't know why

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Track Listing


CD 1
  • 1 How Bad Do You Want It
  • 2 My Old Friend
  • 3 Can't Tell Me Nothin'
  • 4 Old Town New
  • 5 Live Like You Were Dying
  • 6 Drugs or Jesus
  • 7 Back When
  • 8 Something's Broken
  • 9 Open Season on My Heart
  • 10 Everybody Hates Me
  • 11 Walk Like a Man
  • 12 Blank Sheet of Paper
  • 13 Just Be Your Tear
  • 14 Do You Want Fries With That
  • 15 Kill Myself
  • 16 We Carry On