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Tyler Farr – Soundtrack to a Small Town Sundown Lyrics

Soundtrack to a Small Town Sundown By Tyler Farr

I heard it on my way to work this morning
I remember every word, and line
Even after all this time, I could smell that perfume like
She was sitting right there beside me
Like it was July junior year
Yeah, I still love that song
Sing along when it comes on, but

Should’ve heard it in a parking lot dark
Like a match lighting backseat sparks
I knew I had her when the Silverado speakers started singing what I couldn’t
What I should’ve, yeah
Should’ve heard the first time I kissed her
Just don’t sound the same now
That light, it was perfect, it was like a soundtrack to a small town sundown

It ain’t the same in Tuesday traffic
From a stage in a cover band bar
It’s just music, it ain’t magic
Like it was in your daddy’s car

Should’ve heard it in a parking lot dark
Like a match lighting backseat sparks
I knew I had her when the Silverado speakers started singing what I couldn’t
What I should’ve, yeah
Should’ve heard the first time I kissed her
Just don’t sound the same now
That light, it was perfect, it was like a soundtrack to a small town sundown

It sang us through that firefly July high
First whiskey buzz, staying up all night
Without her it just ain’t right

Should’ve heard it in a parking lot dark
Like a match lighting backseat sparks
I knew I had her when the Silverado speakers started singing what I couldn’t
What I should’ve, yeah
Should’ve heard the first time I kissed her
Just don’t sound the same now
That light, it was perfect, it was like a soundtrack to a small town sundown
A soundtrack to a small town sundown