Racing The Dark Lyrics By Alan Jackson

Racing The Dark Lyrics By Alan Jackson
Racing The Dark Lyrics By Alan Jackson

 

  • Alan Jackson Racing The Dark Lyrics

There’s a red outline where that diamond used to be
Another time-stamped love ends in casualty
A one-bedroom apartment is now her greatest fear
As the crash of all the memories ring from ear to ear
And she’d headed north out of Savannah

Stretching her pride and gasoline
Heart is empty as that red gauge
Asking God to help her see
Why he took her there

Why he broke her heart
Where the wheels will stop
And the healing starts
Chasing I-95
And racing the dark

It’s been two years now, she’s just starting to see
Her life is hers again and who she’s gonna be
She’s so used to running, can’t get nowhere sitting still
In the silence of the morning, she feels his love and always will

And she’d headed north out of Savannah
Stretching her pride and gasoline
Heart is empty as that red gauge
Asking God to help her see
Why he took her there
Why he broke her heart
Where the wheels will stop
And the healing starts
Chasing I-95
And racing the dark

There’s a red outline where some roses used to be
Even standing there, she still can’t believe
She never saw it coming, thought she’d be the one to leave
She whispers “I love you” and falls down on her knees

And now she’s back home in Savannah
Making friends with memories
Her heart is fragile but it’s open
Thanking God He helped her see
Why He took her there

How He’ll heal her heart
When her running stops
So her life can start
Right off I-95
And facing the dark
Right off I-95
And facing the dark