She's Gonna Make It
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She's Gonna Make It (Duration 2:45)
Perf. Garth Brooks
Album: Sevens

Drums: Milton Sledge
Bass: Mike Chapman
Acoustic Guitars: Mark Casstevens
Electric Guitars: Chris Leuzinger
Keyboards: Bobby Wood
Fiddle: Rob Hajacos
Steel: Bruce Bouton
Congas: Sam Bacco
Harmonies: Susan Ashton, Garth Brooks

Written by Kent Blazy, Kim Williams and Garth Brooks
(c) 1997 Careers-BMG Music Publishing Inc./A Hard Day's Write (BMI)/Sony/ATV
Times LLC d/b/a/ Cros Keys Pub. Co. (ASCAP)/Kim Williams Music (ASCAP)/
Major Bob Music Co Inc. (ASCAP)/No Fences Music (administered by Major Bob
Music Co Inc.) (ASCAP)


He followed her to work this morning
He'd never seen that dress before
She seemed to sail right through
Those dark clouds forming
That he knows he's headed for

After seven years of marriage
He wanted out
Now after seven months of freedom
It's clear that there's no doubt

  She's gonna make it
  And he never will
  He's at the foot of a mountain
  And she's over that hill
  He's sinkin' at sea
  And her sails are filled
  She's gonna make it
  And he never will

And you know its not like she's forgot about him
She's just dealing with the pain
And the fact that she's survived so well without him
You know it's driving him insane.

And the crazy thing about it
Is she'd take him back
But the fool in him that walked out
Is the foll who just won't ask

  She's gonna make it
  And he never will
  He's at the foot of a mountain
  And she's over that hill
  He's sinkin' at sea
  And her sails are filled
  She's gonna make it
  And he never will
  She's gonna make it
  And he never will.
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