Oklahoma City Song Lyrics and Chords By ( Zach Bryan )

Oklahoma City is one of the most popular songs of the time. Oklahoma City lyrics written by Zach Bryan. This song has sung by Zach Bryan

Singer Zach Bryan
Released 2020
Album Oklahoma City
Tuning E A D G B E

Oklahoma City Song Lyrics

Four, three, two

Old friend, it’s been a while


And I ain’t spoke to you in years


And often times, boys from this town


Put wheels down and disappear..

*****

Miss Cole asked about you just three days back

And I had no answer to give her

Told her that you moved way out West

To write some songs and grow a little more bitter..

*****

Kids talk about you around here

Like you’re some kind of legend

I wonder if they know a thousand sunrises ago

You were eager just like them…

*****

But if you ever decide to bring your pain and your pride

Back to this side of Oklahoma City

There’ll be a porch light on from the post you leaned on

Before we wound up on the wrong side of pity..

*****

And often times I pray for you, and often times I don’t

Is it the goodbyes that haunt you?

Or the fear of new hellos?

Won’t stay for long ’cause you won’t stop your running

Wait for tomorrow ’til tomorrow’s not coming

Woo

******

Heard you landed in Tulsa while he slipped away

Is that the reason you’re fleeing the fields we hauled hay?

Heat this July or the dark last December

Look in my eyes, and you might remember

Weed out in Norman, the Stillwater strip

Run far enough, boy, and you’re bound to trip…

*****

But if you ever decide to bring your pain and your pride

Back to this side of Oklahoma City

There’ll be a porch light on from the post you leaned on

Before we wound up on the wrong side of pity..

******

And often times I pray for you, and often times I don’t


Is it the goodbyes that haunt you?


Or the fear of new hellos?


Never stay long ’cause you won’t stop your running


Wait for tomorrow ’til tomorrow’s not coming

Send it

Woo

Here it comes..

*****

If you ever decide to bring your pain and your pride

Back to this side of Oklahoma City

There’ll be a porch light on from the post you leaned on

Before we wound up on the wrong side of pity…

******

And often times I pray for you, and often times I don’t

Is it the goodbyes that haunt you?

Or the fear of new hellos?

Never stay long ’cause you won’t stop your running

Wait for tomorrow ’til tomorrow’s not coming..

Oklahoma City Song Chords




Old friend,

It’s been awhile,

I ain’t spoke to you in years,

nd often times,

Boys from this town,

Put wheels down and disappear,

Mrs. Cole asked about you

Just three days back,

And I had no answer to give her,

I told her that you moved way out west,

To write some songs and grow a little more bitter,

The kids talk about you around here

Like you’re some kind of legend

I wonder if they know a thousand sunrises ago

You were eager just like them.


But if you ever decide to bring your pain and your pride

Back to this side of Oklahoma City,

There’ll be a porch light on,

From the post you leaned on

Before you wound up on the wrong side of pity,

And often times I pray for you and often times I don’t,

Is it the goodbyes that haunt you or the fear of new hellos,

You won’t stay for long ’cause you won’t stop your running,

Wait for tomorrow until tomorrow’s not coming.




Heard you landed in Tulsa while he slipped away,

Is that the reason your fleeing the fields we hauled hay,

Heat this July or the dark last ecember,

Look in my eyes and you might remember,

Weed out in Norman, the Stillwater strip,

Run far enough boy and you’re bound to trip.


But if you ever decide to bring your pain and your pride

Back to this side of Oklahoma City,

There’ll be a porch light on,

From the post you leaned on

Before you wound up on the wrong side of pity,

And often times I pray for you and often times I don’t,

Is it the goodbyes that haunt you or the fear of new hellos,

You never stay long ’cause you won’t stop your running,

Wait for tomorrow until tomorrow’s not coming.



If you ever decide to bring your pain and your pride

Back to this side of Oklahoma City,

Be a porch light on,

From the post you leaned on

Before you wound up on the wrong side of pity,

And often times I pray for you and often times I don’t,

Is it the goodbyes that haunt you or the fear of new hellos,

Never stay for long ’cause you won’t stop your running,

Wait for tomorrow until tomorrow’s not coming.





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