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One Mississippi Lyrics By Brett Eldredge Songs Album: Bring You Back Year: 2013 One Mississippi, two Mississippi Counting down the seconds, standing in th

Brett Eldredge - One Mississippi
Brett Eldredge - One Mississippi


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Album: Bring You Back
Released: 2013

One Mississippi Lyrics


One Mississippi, two Mississippi
Counting down the seconds, standing in the wreckage of love
On a cold grey Jackson dawn
Oh I just can't watch this, sure can't stop this
I keep waiting, your tail lights are fading, I see
You're already gone
I'm half of who I used to be,
One Mississippi, hm

Lipstick on the coffee cup
I know I should wash it up But maybe I'll
Just wait here for a little while
I run my fingers around the top
Where your lips were I just stop 'cause I,
I can almost see your smile

And it's one Mississippi, two Mississippi
Counting down the seconds, standing in the wreckage of love
On a cold grey Jackson dawn

And I know everybody's got their demons
Everybody's got their reasons
Why they leave when they run
But baby I could have helped you through it
You built a wall and I couldn't get to it
Now I'm waiting for the rain,
And the pain to come yeah

And it's one Mississippi, two Mississippi
Counting down the seconds, standing in the wreckage of love
On a cold grey Jackson dawn
Oh I just can't watch this, sure can't stop this
I keep waiting, your tail lights are fading, I see
You're already gone
I'm half of who I used to be,
One Mississippi

Ooh one Mississippi yeah yeah yeah
Yeah

Writer/s: BRETT ELDRIDGE, TOM DOUGLAS
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
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One Mississippi
  • Eldredge explained to Radio.com how this ballad blends his love for Country and Soul music. "'One Mississippi' is definitely a song that brings in the whole love I have for soulful music combined with country," he said. "I heard Ronnie Dunn growing up, I heard Brooks & Dunn and I loved his soulful vibe that he had. I love how he ties that in with country music but with a very rural lyric."
  • Eldredge told American Songwriter magazine in a 2013 interview why he's especially proud of this song. "I wrote that song with Tom Douglas probably three or four years ago," he said. "I started my radio tours and I'd be singing a few songs in a conference room, just me and that song. I was working on my record probably for two years, and that song has stuck with me the whole time. It's just been something that has stuck with the fans. It's always been one of my most popular songs. I'm so proud of the song because it's been a wild ride to get to that point, and this song was with me from the beginning, and it stays strong through all of it. It's a special song."

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