Gone Before You Met Me Karaoke Alan Jackson

Karaoke Gone Before You Met Me Alan Jackson

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Lyrics of Gone Before You Met Me

I had a dream last night
I was floating down that black water
Kick back on the Mississippi on a raft with ol' Tom Sawyer
He got restless down around Memphis
That's where he left me
Said I'm one rambling man
I was gone before you met me
And there I was back in my hometown
That's just how dreams go
Thumb in the air wanted out of there heading my own road
Well I hitched a ride with this beatnik guy said looks like you read me
My name is Jack Kerouac
I was gone before you met me
You got your homeboys your hang-around-boys
You fix that roof but your roots to the ground-boys
Pink house, the white fence pretty little woman two point five
Kids dang right it's a good life
With boys like me you're bound to run the wild side
Like the restless wind you'll never catch me
I was gone before you met me
And just before
I awoke
I had a bad nightmare
I was on some lost highway and you were nowhere near
Someone took your hand
I wasn't that man girl it sure did hit me
I was cussing fate but it was too late
You were gone before you met me
Yeah I smelled that coffee
I heard you singing in the kitchen
Walking in got a kiss but you said the sink still dripping
Thank God I'm still driven
You got your homeboys your hang-around-boys
You fix that sink but your roots to the ground-boys
Blue house, the white fence sweet little woman rocking that good
Miss dang right it's a fine life
His restless heart found a heart I can call mine
I was smart enough to let love catch me
So Tom and Jack just ramled on without me
'Cos I was gone before you met me
Gone gone gone before you met me
Gone before you met me

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