Briston Maroney – Cinnamon Lyrics

 

Cinnamon Lyrics by Briston Maroney (feat. Genevieve Stokes)

 

‘Nother day, ‘nother truck-stop cup of coffee
The interstate winds me away from you
But who knew I could get this lonely
In a town that looks this pretty
I guess it just reminds me

That you’re sweet like cinnamon
Can’t get rid of this feelin’ if I tried
Reminisce on the songs we sang
When we drove right through the night

Friday, I’m in love
Got a landslide in my heart, in my mind ’cause
You know every word to “Harvest Moon”
And I told you you’re my sugar magnolia
Tiny Dancer, I’ll hold you
Close your eyes ’cause you know I’ll be home soon
To sing these songs for you

Another show in a tiny town in Texas
I’ll come home to see you when it’s over
I need closure or at least I say I’ll do
As I’m staring at the ceiling of another hotel room

‘Cause you’re sweet like cinnamon
Can’t get rid of this feelin’ if I tried
Reminisce on the songs we sang
When we drove right through the night

Friday, I’m in love
Got a landslide in my heart, in my mind ’cause
You know every word to “Harvest Moon”
And I told you you’re my sugar magnolia
Tiny Dancer, I’ll hold you
Close your eyes ’cause you know I’ll be home soon
To sing these songs for you
To sing these songs for you