Tim Mcgraw – Bbq Stain 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 standin’ there in that ticket line,

and it all started right then and there,

Oh a sailers sky made a perfect sun set,

and that’s a day I’ll never forget

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

she was killin’ me in that mini skirt,

skippin’ rocks on the river by the railroad tracks,

she had a sun tan line and red lipstick,

I worked so hard for that first kiss,

and a heart don’t forget somethin’ like that

It was five years later on a south bound plane I was,

headin’ down to New Orleans,

to meet some friends of mine for the 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 I what 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 t-shirt,

you were killin’ me in that mini skirt,

skippin’ rocks on the river by the railroad tracks,

you had a sun tan line and red lipstick,

I worked so hard for that first kiss,

and a heart don’t forget somethin’ like that

Like an old photograph time could make us feel in pain,

but the memory of the first love, never fades away

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

she was killin’ me in that mini skirt,

skippin’ rocks on the river by the railroad tracks,

she had a sun tan line and red lipstick,

I worked so hard for that first kiss,

and a heart don’t forget noooo, a heart don’t forget,

I said a heart don’t forget somethin’ like that

Oh like somethin’ like that