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Rascal Flatts He Ain't The Leavin' Kind Lyrics

Last updated: 03/11/2013 04:09:54 PM

They tried their best to drag him out
Of a courthouse down in montgomery
Now they want to kick him out of school
And take him off our money
They can take those words off of paper and stone
But he aint gone, no

He ain't the leavin' kind
He'd never walk away
Even from those who dont believe
And wanna leave him behind
He ain't the leavin' kind

She stayed mad at him for a lot of years
For taking her husband
Started losing her faith and thinking that
Her life meant nothin
But when she looks at those kids
She raised all by herself
She knows she had some help
Yeah she knows

He ain't the leavin' kind
He'd never walk away
Even from those who don't believe
And wanna leave him behind
He ain't the leavin' kind

No matter what you do
No matter where you go he's
Always right there
With you

Even from those who don't believe
And wanna leave him behind
He ain't the leavin' kind




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Incredible | Reviewer: Rachel | 3/5/13

This is a beautiful song, and after listening to it since I was a teenager, I actually realized just the other day it was about God, which made my favorite song on the album even greater. The message is beautiful. God is with everyone, even the nonbelievers! Go Rascal Flatts!

WOW | Reviewer: Anonymous | 11/19/07

I love this song!! This song has an incredible message. I just wish nonbelievers would listen and try to understand that God is always there for you, even if you don't believe. We are all God's children and he loves us, no matter what!! Even if it takes someone fifty years to except God, He doesn't care as long as you except Him!! This song is the best!!

Awesome | Reviewer: Anonymous | 8/24/07

This song has sooo much meaning. It also holds so much truth that no matter what God will be there for you...even when you aren't there for Him. I give this song 1,000,000 stars.