Ryan Cassata – Back Down South Lyrics


She said the mountains will heal me
So I'm packing my things, I’m going back to Arkansas
In the morning I'll be gone
I'll fill the gas tank of that old beat down Dodge
I can’t stay too long in this city
I was born and raised a small town child
And just stuck in the daze of the business
While looking for kisses
I'm going back to what I know
I'm going back to what I love
I'm going to back to all them friendly faces
And the places around the town
I'm headed back down South
There's cafes that want to hear me play
They want to see this guitar make rainbows on the stage
And I'll rise and make the front page
Oh honey, I'll make a name
I’m going back to what I know
I’m going back to what I love
I'm going to back to all them friendly faces
And the places around the town
I’m headed back down South
I'mma see my pretty angel
And I swear I'll make her mine
We'll go twirling by the river tonight
Our first kiss, on a warm September night
I’m going back to what I know
I'm going back to what I love
I'm going to back to all them friendly faces
And the places around the town
I'm headed back down South