Colder Weather
Lyrics Zac Brown Band

Written by: Coy Bowles, Zac Brown, Wyatt Durrette, Levi Lowrey

Produced by: Zac Brown, Keith Stegall

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She'd trade Colorado if he'd take her with him,
Closes the door before the winter lets the cold in,
And wonders if her love is strong enough to make him stay,
She's answered by the tail lights
Shining through the window pane

He said "I wanna see you again
But I'm stuck in colder weather
Maybe tomorrow will be better
Can I call you then?"
She said "You're a ramblin' man
You ain't ever gonna change
You got a gypsy soul to blame
And you were born for leavin'"

At a truck stop diner just outside of Lincoln,
The night is black as the coffee he was drinkin',
And in the waitress' eyes he sees the same 'ol light a-shinin',
He thinks of Colorado
And the girl he left behind him

He said "I wanna see you again
But I'm stuck in colder weather
Maybe tomorrow will be better
Can I call you then?"
She said "You're a ramblin' man
You ain't ever gonna change
Got a gypsy soul to blame
And you were born for leavin'" (born for leavin')

Well it's a winding road
When you're in the lost and found
You're a lover, I'm a runner
And we go round 'n round
And I love you but I leave you
I don't want you but I need you
You know it's you who calls me back here babe

Oh I wanna see you again
But I'm stuck in colder weather
Maybe tomorrow will be better
Can I call you then?
Cause I'm a ramblin' man
I ain't ever gonna change (I ain't ever gonna change)
I got a gypsy soul to blame
And I was born for leavin' (born for leavin')

When I close my eyes I see you
No matter where I am
I can smell your perfume through these whispering pines
I'm with your ghost again
It's a shame about the weather
But I know soon we'll be together
And I can't wait till then
I can't wait till then

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