Brandon Davis – Hearts Don’t Rust Lyrics

Brandon Davis Hearts Don’t Rust Lyrics

Old man with a suitcase at an old run down bus stop
Dressed to the nines in a suit and tie
Holdin’ a rose with a card stock
I asked him where he was goin’, he said, “Just a mile from here”
There’s a brunette beauty who’s had my heart for more than fifty years

Astonished at the thought
That a love could last that long
And I asked him how he did it
And the words he spoke were strong
He said

I found that time don’t stop, and every road has an end
Age brings rust to old Ford trucks and grey hair to every man
No matter how old I am, I swear on Father Time
I’ll love her long as the moon and stars hang in those southern skies
Yeah, pictures fade, fires burn out, weekends never stick around
You can’t stop time, and age ain’t kind to old Ford trucks
But hearts don’t rust

It really hit me hard, stopped me in my tracks
Yeah I’ve been thinkin’ ’bout my life, how I need to love like that
I said, “Man, there’s no need waiting, just hop up in my truck
And I’ll take you where you’re headed
Figure you’ve waited long enough”

When we pulled up to the spot
I couldn’t hold back my tears
‘Cause that brunette beauty he loved so long
Had been gone for twenty years
And as I walked through the door tonight
I pulled her close and held her tight
Told her that I love her like I never have before
I said

I found that time don’t stop, and every road has an end
And age brings rust to old Ford trucks and grey hair to every man
No matter how old I am, I swear on Father Time
I’ll love her long as the moon and stars hang in those southern skies
Yeah, pictures fade, fires burn out, weekends never stick around
You can’t stop time, age ain’t kind to old Ford trucks
But hearts don’t rust

You can’t stop time, and age ain’t kind to old Ford trucks
But hearts don’t rust