Tim Mcgraw – A Heart Don’t Forget Lyrics

It was Labour Day weekend, I was seventeen.

I bought a Coke and some gasoline,

And I drove out to the County Fair,

When I saw her for the first time,

She was standing there in the ticket line

And it all started right then and there

Oh a sailor’s sky made a perfect sunset,

And that’s a day I’ll never forget.

I had a barbeque stain on my white tee-shirt,

And she was killin’ me in that miniskirt.

Skippin’ rocks on the river by the railroad tracks.

She had a suntan line and red lipstick.

I worked so hard for that first kiss,

And a heart don’t forget, something like that.

It was five years later, on a southbound plane.

I was headin’ down to New Orleans,

To meet some friends of mine for Mardi Gras,

When I heard a voice from the past,

Comin’ from a few rows back.

And when I looked

I couldn’t believe just what I saw

She said “I bet you don’t remember me”,

And I said “only every other memory”.

I had a barbeque stain on my white tee-shirt,

And you were killin’ me in that miniskirt.

Skippin’ rocks on the river by the railroad tracks.

You had a suntan line and red lipstick;

I worked so hard for that first kiss.

And a heart don’t forget something like that.

Like an old photograph,

Time can make a feeling fade…

But the memory of the first love,

Never fades away

I had a barbecue stain on my white tee shirt

She was killin’ me in that miniskirt

Skippin’ rocks on the river by the railroad tracks

She had a suntan line and red lipstick

I worked so hard for that first kiss

And a heart don’t forget, no a heart don’t forget

I said a heart don’t forget something like that

Oh, not something like that