Someday (Maggie's) lyrics

Zach Bryan

Someday, I’ll make it there, I swear, to that place that haunts my dreams at night
Singing heavenly highway hymns all the way up to that beautiful old countryside
Someday, I’ll find the words to explain all the good times that echo through my mind
Your grin in the mornings, a warm southern sun, or seeing double when those chemicals align
Just some kids who needed love, using laughter as their drug, doing their best to tow that hard line
Someday, I will lie under blue skies, in a hay field that holds me like home
I’ll ask forgiveness with God as my witness for straying so far on my own

Today, I will hold my head up high
Knowing someday, comes one day at a time
Today, there’s a sun setting soon as suppers warm
Today, I’ve got someday on my mind

Someday, I will call up my old friends and we’ll catch up with too many beers
Pull an all-nighter, sitting around fire, for the first time in so many years


Someday, I will come to my senses, stop sitting on fences in fear
And I will realize, after all of this time that some day was always just right here

Today, I will hold my head up high, knowing some day has been here the whole damn time
There’s a sun set setting, I ain’t forgetting, the blood that made my heart warm
Today, I found what I was searching for

Someday, I will send you a postcard from the place that I’m smiling tonight
I sang heavenly highway hymns all the way up to this beautiful warm country side