I'll Quit Lovin' You - Hardy

Well, this water colored sunset's gonna fade right into dark
And this tailgate's gonna rust and this old truck will run out of starts
Wether I go first or you do, girl, one day we won't be together
When you look at me, I just don't believe some things can't last forever

I'll quit loving you when country roads don't wind and curve
When cold beer don't quench your thirst
When there ain't an "Amen" in church
Baby, I'll quit loving you
When the sun sets to the east
When the sky turns evergreen
Baby, don't you ever think
That I'll quit loving you, yeah

Well, I know it might sound crazy thinking this thing out that far
Well, that's just how it sounds when a good ol' boy speaks from the heart
Yeah, every night you're first in line each time I count my blessings
I'll never quit believing, girl, that you were sent from heaven

But I'll quit loving you when country roads don't wind and curve
When cold beer don't quench your thirst
When there ain't an "Amen" in church
And baby, I'll quit loving you
When the sun sets to the east
When the sky turns evergreen
Baby, don't you ever think
That I'll quit loving you, yeah
That I'll quit loving you

Yeah, I'll quit loving you when the Mississippi river runs dry
When Colorado Rockies ain't high
When the Tennessee moon don't shine

And baby, I'll quit loving you
When the sun sets to the east
When the sky turns evergreen
Baby, don't you ever think
That I'll quit loving you, I'll quit loving you
Yeah, that I'll quit loving you, yeah. yeah
Yeah, I'll quit loving you

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