John Michael Montgomery — Love Changes Everthing lyrics

Before my second year of college
You were barely seventeen
I was haulin' hay for your Daddy
An' you brought me a glass of tea

To a farm boy from Oklahoma
You were small town Texas prize
An' every young man's dream in cut-off jeans
With that homecoming queen smile

You were makin' fun of my farmer's tan an' I was lettin' you
An' fightin' bull in the July heat, tryin' to keep my cool

An' the prairie wind sang while the dust devils danced
It just got hotter as the summer passed
An' that first kiss stole our breath away
An' the breeze died down as our hearts surrendered

The moonlight shattered as it crashed on the river
We both knew we'd never be the same
'Cause love changes everything

I think your Daddy wondered
But I know your Momma knew
'Cause she pulled me aside one Friday night
And said take good care of you

We'd steal away after supper
To our favorite place in the sand
By the red water's edge where we'd hold hands
While the sun melted into the land

We lost more than sleep on one hot August night
By mornin' we were seein' some things for the very first time

An' the prairie wind sang while the dust devils danced
Just got hotter as the summer passed
An' that first touch stole our breath away
An' the breeze died down as our hearts surrendered

The moonlight shattered as it crashed on the river
We both knew we'd never be the same
'Cause love changes everything

I never found my way back to college
An' we found other loves since then
But that first one will live forever
'Cause I'll always remember when

Those prairie wind sang while the dust devils danced
Just got hotter as the summer passed
An' that first kiss stole our breath away, ohh
An' the breeze died down as our hearts surrendered

The moonlight shattered as it crashed on the river
We both knew we'd never be the same
'Cause love changes everything
Whoa, love changes everything, yeah
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