Monday, September 8, 2014

Just Ain’t Enough by Zachary Richard


She is like a young filly that has never been tamed,
Never had to know a saddle or to answer to a name.
She’s used to having her own way and getting everything she wants.
I would give her all my loving, but it just ain’t enough.

I was on the road to ruin in the all night rodeo,
She was an angel with blue eyes with a devil in her soul.
Be careful what you’re doing, be careful who you trust,
And I would give her all my loving, but it just ain’t enough.

And there’s a wild wind blowing on the prairie.
It’s just a cowboy’s dream of going out to ride.
And though I’ve tried and tried, I just can’t get it right.
And I would give her all my loving, but it just ain’t enough.

There is an aching that comes from loving that has not been satisfied,
It keeps burning like and ember, ‘til it burns a hole inside,
Some days it’s easy, and some days it rough,
I would give her all my loving, but it just ain’t enough.

And there’s a wild moon shining on the water.
It’s just a gypsy’s dream of growing old in style.
And though I’ve tried and tried, I just can’t get it right,
And I would give her all my loving, but it just ain’t enough.

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