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How Long Gone Lyrics By Brooks & Dunn Songs Album: If You See Her Year: 1998 I keep thinkin' any minute you'll be comin' home honey I ain't seen nothin' o

Brooks & Dunn - How Long Gone
Brooks & Dunn - How Long Gone


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Album: If You See Her
Released: 1998

How Long Gone Lyrics


I keep thinkin' any minute you'll be comin' home honey
I ain't seen nothin' of you in a month of sundays
Tell me How Long Gone are you gonna be

All you said was you had to get goin'
Oh but baby I wouldn't mind knowin' just
How long gone are you gonna be

How am I supposed to make any plans
When I still don't even understand
If you're ever gonna come back home to me
How long gone are you gonna be

Maybe I didn't pay enough attention
But I do believe you forgot to mention
Just how long gone are you gonna be

The phone ain't ringin', 'cause you still ain't callin'
I ain't been hearin' your footsteps fallin'
Tell me how long gone are you gonna be

How am I supposed to make any plans
When I still don't even understand
If you're ever gonna come back home to me
Tell me please
How long gone are you gonna be
Tell me how long gone are you gonna be

Writer/s: JOHN SCOTT SHERRILL, SHAWN CAMP
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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How Long Gone
  • Nashville songwriters John Scott Sherrill and Shawn Camp wrote this. Says Sherrill: "When we wrote it, it was almost a ballad - slow mid-tempo with a lilting little acoustic guitar lick that forms the basis of the song. When Ronnie and Kix first heard it, they weren't so sure about it. I think it was (producer) Don Cook who talked them into it. He said, 'I think we can mop this thing up and turn it into a Brooks & Dunn kind of thing,' and boy, they sure did. I thought that was great what they did there."
  • Many of the more personal songs Sherrill has written have become hits, including "Nothin' But The Wheel" by Patty Loveless and "Modern Day Drifter" by Dierks Bentley. This was not written from his personal experience. Says Sherrill, "That might of come from Shawn's inner personal turmoil banks, but not mine. I think he's writing about somebody I don't know."
  • The line, "A month of Sundays" is a southern expression Sherrill's mother used to say. It means a long time - 31 Sundays, that's a long time.

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