Save Your Sin - Little Big Town

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I ain't your mama
I ain't your priest
I got no time to waste on your saving grace
So, get up off your knees pleaseI ain't whiskey in a bottle,
I won't let you forget
No shot of Novocaine
No holy water, cleansing rain
To save your neckSave your sin for someone else
Save your sin for someone else
Save your sin for someone else
Oh, oh, oh, not for meFind yourself a back road
Drive 'til it runs outta dirt
Go on and scream it to the sky
Your filthy lies go on
Confess until it hurtsSave your sin for someone else
Save your sin for someone else
Save your sin for someone else
Oh, oh, oh, not for meJump in the river, let me go
Ain't deep enough to save your soul
Jump in the river, disappear
Can't be the one to judge you dearSave your sin for someone else
Save your sin for someone else
Save your sin for someone else
Oh, oh, oh, not for me

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Little Big Town is an American country music band.

Formed in 1999, the band has four members: Karen Fairchild, Kimberly Schlapman, Jimi Westbrook and Phillip Sweet. There is no lead singer in the band; instead, they trade lead vocal duties as well as rely on the harmonies of the four members.

Little Big Town's self-titled 2002 debut for Sony's Monument Records was panned critically and did not sell commercially. The album had only one minor hit single, "Don't Waste My Time," and it wasn't long before Little Big Town was dropped from the label.

Little Big Town resurfaced on the Equity Music Group label (formed by country singer Clint Black), and on October 4, 2005, released their second album, The Road to Here. The new album was well-received critically, and spawned the smash hit single "Boondocks." Three further singles were released from the album, including the Top 5 hit "Bring It on Home."

Their second album with the Equity label, A Place to Land, was released in 2007. Although, not long after its release, the label folded. Little Big Town then re-released the album a year later via Capitol Nashville. Two of the album's singles were minor Top 40 hits.

In 2010, the group returned with "Little White Church," the lead-off to their fourth studio album, The Reason Why, which was released on August 24, 2010. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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