Sunflowers
Lyrics Logan Mize

Written by: Blake Chaffin, Logan Mize, Mark D. Sanders

Produced by: Logan Mize, Daniel Tashian

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Black smoke rollin' out a tailpipe down a dirt road
Old rusty wheels still spinning like new
Barbed wire fence posts and blue skies forever
White frame farm house with a front porch view
Hey I'd give anything for a front porch view

They say some souls are just born to run
I grew up thinkin' I was one
But I'm drawn to the west where I come from
Like a sunflower follows the sun
Like a sunflower follows the sun

Roots grow weak, searching for water
Years move slow when you're waitin' on rain
Life ain't nothing like the postcard picture
It's a tumbleweed blowing across a dusty plain
Give me a tumbleweed blowing across a dusty plain

They say some souls are just born to run
I grew up thinkin' I was one
But I'm drawn to the west where I come from
Like a sunflower follows the sun
Like a sunflower follows the sun

They say some souls are just born to run
I grew up thinkin' I was one
But I'm drawn to the west where I come from

Like a sunflower follows the sun
Like a sunflower follows the sun

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