I'M LETTING GO

Written by RyLee Madison, Danielle Lowe, Ron Robinson, Vicki Lowe

 

 I’m done, I’m giving up

I’ve had enough of all that crazy stuff

That’s getting in the way and always bringing me down

You so knew you were playing me

Thought I didn’t see all of your deceiving ways, and your dirty games

It takes more for me to come undone

That’s enough for me

 

CHORUS

I’m letting go

I’m letting go

This time I know

I’m letting go

 

So done

This wasn’t love like I thought it was

But I wanted to believe it wasn’t just another lie

 

CHORUS

I’m letting go

I’m letting go

This time I know

I’m letting go

I’m a strong girl, I can stand on my own

 

 CHORUS

I’m letting go

I’m letting go

This time I know

I’m letting go

 

I’m done

You’ve been playing me

This wasn’t love

I’m done

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COUNTER CHORUS

I’m done, I’m giving up

Had enough of that crazy stuff

Getting in the way and bringing me down

You knew you were playing me

You thought that I didn’t see

Now its time for me to go

           

© RyLee Madison, Danielle Lowe, Ron Robinson, Vicki Lowe

 

PLAY THAT SONG

Written by Melody Lovejoy & RyLee Madison

 

Baby listen, can you hear my heart singing?

Oh, a song for you like you sing for me

When you say you love me

I can almost feel the rhythm of our souls

When you kiss me let the music go

 

CHORUS

Baby play that song

The one you sing when my whole world turns and spins

Under your spell and makes me fall in love with you

Baby play that song

 

You’re the sweetest thing that’s ever touched my life

And oh it’s ecstasy when you sing to me

How you, you want me

I can almost feel the rhythm of our souls

When you kiss me let the music go

 

CHORUS

Baby play that song

The one you sing when my whole world turns and spins

Under your spell and makes me fall in love with you

The one that makes my heartbeat run

And everything that was undone turns out right

When I’m with you

Baby play that song

 

Year after year

I’m stronger with you near

Let me hear it one more time

 

CHORUS

Baby play that song

The one you sing when my whole world turns and spins

Under your spell and makes me fall in love with you

The one that makes my heartbeat run

And everything that was undone turns out right

When I’m with you

Baby play that song

 

© 2008 Melody Lovejoy, RyLee Madison

 

IT AIN'T YOU

Written by RyLee Madison, Shawn Christian

 

Did you miss that No Trespassing sign I nailed to my heart last week

Don’t you know, you silly stupid boy, that means No Vacancy

I’m done with all the drama and all of these dating games

I’m claiming my stake to a needed a break before I go insane

Yeah, I hope that’s not too hard for you to understand

But then again… you’re a man!

 

CHORUS

You might look like the perfect 10

Born to shop, love to watch the chick flicks

And every now and then you like to take long walks so we can talk

Yeah, there’s nothing you won’t do

I’m needing something

But it ain’t you

 

You’re carrying a book of lines you love to toss around

You didn’t think I knew so you threw a few

And they landed on the ground

You take me for some amateur but I know how all this works

Your charming face, it’s in my space

And I don’t need another jerk

What part of “no”, my dear, did you not understand

But then again, that’s right… you’re a man!

 

CHORUS

You might look like the perfect 10

Born to shop, love to watch the chick flicks

And every now and then you like to take long walks so we can talk

Yeah, there’s nothing that I like that you won’t do

I’m needing something

But it ain’t…

 

You might be my Mr. Right

But tonight…you’re giving me a headache

 

No, it’s not you. I thought it was, but no. Maybe? No.

 

CHORUS

You might look like the perfect 10

Born to shop, love to watch the chick flicks

And every now and then you like to take long walks so we can talk

Yeah, there’s nothing that I like that you won’t do

I’m needing something

I’m needing something

But it ain’t you

 

It’s not you, it’s me.

Um, I’m busy Friday and Saturday. I’m always busy.

Have you met my sister?

 

© RyLee Madison, Shawn Christian

 

ONE MORE TIME

Written by Melody Lovejoy

 

I wonder how you’re doing?

I haven't heard from you all week, have you been working late?

Someone thought they saw your car outside Sarah's place

I need you to explain what's going on

Have I become second place?

 

CHORUS

You say that you miss me

You don't know how you'd live without me

But that's a lie

I know you'd be fine

 

Hold my hand, let you kiss me

I wanna believe that you love me

And we'll be alright

So I let you lie, one more time

 

Honey just be honest

‘Cause I want to believe, but it's been so long

Since you’ve been straight with me

I need to hear you say that you care for me at all

Do I have your heart?

Do you want me to stay?

 

CHORUS     

You say that you miss me

You don't know how you'd live without me

But that's a lie

I know you'd be fine

 

Hold my hand, let you kiss me

I wanna believe that you love me

And we'll be alright

So I let you lie

 

Look me in the eye and say it's over

Don't just keep me waiting for you

Move along

Don't drag my heart behind you

 

CHORUS

You say that you miss me

You don't know how you'd live without me

But that's a lie

I know you'd be fine

 

Hold my hand, let you kiss me

I wanna believe that you love me

And we'll be alright

So I let you lie, one more time

 

One more time

 

© 2011 Melody Lovejoy

CITY COUNTRY

Written by Melody Lovejoy, Carol-Lynne Quinn

Justin McDonough, Jeff Quinn

 

Got my high heels on I'm ready to play

Say goodbye to combines and hay

To make a new life where concrete sways

Where nobody knows me and the gravel is paved

 

I hate to give up that small town feel

But I’m setting my sights on the fields of steel

No turning back I'm on my way

Taking a chance I'm ready for change

 

CHORUS

Heading for the city out on my own

Bright lights, new sights but I’m never alone

Coz I know where I come from

City country

 

Late nights, new heights, set my groove

Might trade my boots for some Jimmy Choos

But I won't forget my roots

City country

City country

 

Life in the city ain't like at home

But I'm working just as hard to make it on my own

Sun up, sun down it’s all the same

Except the stars are in the streets wearing fancy names

 

Sold my horse for a red mustang

I still like beer but I sip champagne

No turning back, I'm on my way

Taking a chance I'm ready for change

 

CHORUS

Heading for the city out on my own

Bright lights, new sights but I’m never alone

Coz I know where I come from

City country

 

Late nights, new heights, set my groove

Might trade my boots for some Jimmy Choos

But I won't forget my roots

 

CHORUS

Heading for the city out on my own

Bright lights, new sights but I’m never alone

Coz I know where I come from

City country

 

Late nights, new heights, set my groove

Might trade my boots for some Jimmy Choos

But I won't forget my roots

 

City Country

City Country

City Country

 

© 2012 Melody Lovejoy, Carol-Lynne Quinn, Justin McDonough, Jeff Quinn

 

BAREFOOT IN THE BACKWOODS

Written by RyLee Madison & Melody Lovejoy

 

I like to ride motorcycles

Even though I don’t have one anymore

I like to feel the wheels a-spinning

It takes me back to when I played Barbies on the floor of my

Daddy’s shiny 18-wheeler

Me and him and the open road

I’d line the dollies on the dashboard

We’d all be looking forward to the places we’d go

But as soon as that big rig turned down the drive I’d be

 

CHORUS

Barefoot in the backwoods with my four-legged best friend

Chasing butterflies and dreaming, running with the wind

What I wouldn’t give to have that innocence again

Of that little carefree girl in a big world

 

I fell in love on an airplane

Clear skies with the clouds below

Twenty-five got married wanting more

We were young and looking forward to the places we’d go

But he lost his way and left me brokenhearted longing to be

 

CHORUS

Barefoot in the backwoods with my four-legged best friend

Chasing butterflies and dreaming, running with the wind

What I wouldn’t give to have that innocence back again

Of that little carefree girl in a big world

 

Now when the days get long

And life gets heavy

There’s just one place you’re gonna find me

 

CHORUS

Barefoot in the backwoods with my four-legged best friend

Chasing butterflies and dreaming, running with the wind

What I wouldn’t give to have that innocence back again

Of that little carefree girl in a big world

In a big world

 

I like to ride motorcycles

Even though I don’t have one anymore

 

©2014 RyLee Madison, Melody Lovejoy