Montgomery Gentry - I Never Thought I'd Live This Long


I Never Thought I'd Live This Long Lyrics

I've treated this ol' body like a stolen car
Just some old disposable machine
Pedal to the metal and a trail of broken hearts
Yea I'd fill it up with almost anything
My motto was live fast and go out strong
But I never thought that I'd live this long

Once I had a woman and she treated me real good
The kinda love I never will replace
One day I thought I ain't seen the world the way I should
So one night I got up and stepped away
I knew there'd be some lonely is comin' on
But I never thought that I'd live this long

There have been many times I really should have died
But somehow I survived on my mistakes
They say it makes me stronger, why does it take longer
Gettin' up these days

Yea I'm old enough to have a few regrets
I'm still young enough to have my dreams
Maybe that's the reason that my life ain't over yet
All the places and the faces I ain't seen
I probably won't have time to see them all
But then again I never thought I'd live this long

I keep rollin' on down that road
Oh yeah yeah
Oh, I'm still young enough
Ain't no time back you know
I'm gonna keep on [Incomprehensible]
Keep on [Incomprehensible]
Keep on [Incomprehensible]
The way I'm [Incomprehensible]

Songwriter(s): Melvern Rivers Ii Rutherford
Copyright: Memphersfield Music, Universal Music Corp.
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