Fast As You
Dwight Yoakam Lyrics


Maybe someday I'll be strong
Maybe it won't be long
I'll be the one who's tough
You'll be the one who's got it rough
It won't be long and
Maybe I'll be real strong

Maybe I'll do things right
Maybe I'll start tonight
You'll learn to cry like me
Baby let's just wait and see
Maybe I'll start tonight
And do things right

You'll control me
And oh so boldly
Rule me 'til I'm free
'Til the pain that shakes me
Finally makes me
Get up off of my knees

Maybe I'll be as fast as you
Maybe I'll break hearts too
But I think that you'll slow down
When your turn to hurt comes around
Maybe I'll break hearts
And be as fast as you

You'll control me
Oh so boldly
Rule me 'til I'm free
'Til the pain that shakes me
Finally makes me
Get up off of my knees

Maybe I'll be as fast as you
Maybe I'll break hearts too
But I think that you'll slow down
When your turn to hurt comes around
Maybe I'll break hearts and be as fast as you
Maybe I'll break hearts and be as fast as you
Oh, sucker
Yeah, I'll be strong, it won't be long
I'll be the one who's tough
You'll be the one who's got it rough
You'll learn to cry like me
Baby let's just wait and see
Yeah, maybe I'll be fast as you
Maybe I'll break hearts too

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Written by: DWIGHT YOAKAM

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Adele Andre Andre

I love Dwight Yoakam and all his songs!...Who's listening to this awesome song in 2020?

MsLock3

2021 and still listening ..

Speed Stacking Maniac

2021 gang

Diane Carpenter

❤️ LOVE him !!! ❤️

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Chandler Tielking

I can't stand country but this is one damn good song. Back when country was actually country not this new shit.

Aiden

Real country is an acoustic guitar + paper.

Fixxer

A few of those Country songs "rock" a lot more than actual rock music. lol

Van

I'm a Black man who loves country music, and people think I'm crazy. I was raised on a farm and that's all we listened to. I remember once, back in 1990, I went and purchased some Country CDs. When I put them on the counter, the clerk, a young white girl, gave me a strange look. I said to her, Black people do listen to country music.

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