Little White Church
Lyrics Little Big Town

Written by: Karen Fairchild, Wayne Kirkpatrick, Kimberly Schlapman, Phillip Sweet, Jimi Westbrook

Produced by: Wayne Kirkpatrick

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You've been singin' that same ol' song
Far too long, far too long
Say you'll buy me a shiny ring
But your words don't mean a thing

No more callin' me baby
No more lovin' like crazy

'Til you take me down
(Take me down)
You better take me down
(Take me down)
Take me down to the little white church
Take me down
(Take me down)
Take me down
(Take me down)
Take me down to the little white church
Take me down

You can't ride this gravy train
Anymore anyway
There's a price for keeping me
I might be cheap but I ain't free

No more callin' me baby
No more lovin' like crazy

'Til you take me down
(Take me down)
You better take me down
(Take me down)
Take me down to the little white church
Take me down
(Take me down)
Take me down
(Take me down)
Take me down to the little white church
Take me down
Come on!

Charmin' devil silver tongue
Had your fun, now you're done
Momma warmed me about your game
She don't like you anyway

No more callin' me baby
No more lovin' like crazy
No more chicken and gravy
Ain't gonna have your baby

'Til you take me down
(Take me down)
You better take me down
(Take me down)
Take me down to the little white church
Take me down
(Take me down)
Take me down
(Take me down)
Take me down to the little white church
Take me down

Song facts

"'Little White Church' was birthed out of a discussion about some bluegrass records we love with call and response kind of moments. I had that title written down for awhile. The chorus hit me in the shower, and I jumped out and sang it into my phone. We all got together at Kimberly's house that afternoon to finish writing it and had a ball laughing about this girl not taking her man's 'you know what' anymore until he puts a ring on it." - Karen Fairchild

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