Last Stop Birmingham - Single

by Kenny George Band

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released February 24, 2014

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Kenny George Band Aiken, South Carolina

The five members of KGB craft a melodic blend of country, folk and southern rock. The attention-grabbing sound is driven by singer/songwriter/guitarist Kenny George’s gritty vocals, the twangy pedal steel of Center Ely, bassist Brooks Andrews, guitarist Scott Rankin & drummer Bucky Brown.
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Track Name: Last Stop Birmingham
The last stop was Birmingham
it didn't go like I planned, seems you barely even tried at all
Till it was 6 am, I knew that you were drinking again
I didn't know where you were, just knew you were gone

and nobody here recalls my name
and if they do when they say it, you know its don't sound the same
its easy to leave me when you're wrong
is it easy for you to love me when I'm gone?

so I'll be home tonight, we'll probably start to fight
and when it comes to you, I got to give it my all
then I'll start missing you, tear through a bottle or two
then I'm stuck in my head, climbing up the walls

nobody here recalls my name
and if they do when they say it you know it don't sound the same
its easy to leave me when you're wrong
is it easy for you to love me when I'm gone?

and nobody here ever knew your name
but all the streets are still dirty the whiskey's still wet and the cigarettes taste the same
its easy to leave me when you're wrong
is it easy for you to love me when I'm gone?
Track Name: Don't Count on Me
don't count on me to let you down
I have and will always be around
you say that you don't need me now
don't count on me to let you down

take your chances and face your pain alone
I'll take my chances and wait here on my own

I don't think I'll ever lose this love
you'd say that it always was too much
and I'd say I could never get enough
I know I will never lose this love

take my chances and face this pain alone
and hug this streetlight and wonder why I'm on my own

so one more drink just to feel alive
one day I will stop coming by
you weren't some thorn in my side
so one more drink just to feel alive

take your chances face your pain alone
I'll take my chances and wait here on my own