K-Town Lyrics - Goldie Boutilier | Lyricsmin

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K-Town Lyrics by Goldie Boutilier, from the album “Cowboy Gangster Politician – EP“, music has been produced by Max Robert Baby, and K-Town song lyrics are penned down by Goldie Boutilier.

K-Town Lyrics

I ain’t in that small town anymore
Spillin’ blood lines in the junkyard
But I know those parts are still a part of me
Can’t catch me in K-Town anymore
Little tight dress in a karaoke bar
Almost brought me to my knees

They sold their bodies as I learned to sing
Now I know I’m strong enough for anything
If I ain’t got no-one, I still got me

‘Cause I’ve been through a ring of fire
Been so lonesome I could die
I’m the daughter of a coal miner’s daughter
And if I had the chance, I know I’d do it twice

Used to go to London on my own
Eighteen years old, real far from home
Found myself some sort of father figure
Like a dog hе followed me around
Signed a rеcord deal to a poor loser that broke me down
And down, and down, and down

I felt him watching me when I was on stage
A lot of good friends looked the other way
Till it wasn’t safe and I became brave

‘Cause I’ve been through a ring of fire
Been so lonesome I could die
I’m the daughter of a coal miner’s daughter
And if I had the chance, I know I’d do it twice


SONG INFO:

Song: K-Town
Album: Cowboy Gangster Politician – EP (2022)
Singer: Goldie Boutilier
Music: Max Robert Baby
Lyrics: Goldie Boutilier



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