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Lady Antebellum: Goodbye Town Meaning


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Song Released: 2013

Goodbye Town Lyrics

Right there’s the highschool where we met
We’d sneak out back for a couple kisses and a cigarette
And that parking lot was our first date
And her momma slammed the door when I dropped her off too late
She’s gone, chasing that highway...

  1. anonymous
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    Oct 29th 2013 report

    "Goodbye Town" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music group Lady Antebellum. It was released on May 13, 2013 as the second single from their album Golden.[1] The song was written by band members Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley, and Dave Haywood, along with Josh Kear.

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    Oct 28th 2013 report

    Lady A utilized for Golden a crew of studio musicians. Band member Dave Haywood told Radio.com they, "just [tried] to play it like a band–to play it live and get a good performance." By way of example, he described a section of this song. "There's a whole outro that was never part of the original intention," he said. "Those are the moments that are fun when you're in the studio. To approach it more organically and strip it down to just the band and us, lets the song shine through and lets the vocals shine through even more."

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