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Miranda Lambert
Fine Tune Lyrics

I’ve been missin’ all the vital signs
That I needed for love to work.
Engine of a heart that would not start,
Had to jump it so much it hurt.
Every time I looked under the hood
It was always a mystery.
You pulled up in a rescue truck,
Showed up with a master key
And revved it up for me.

My pulse was nearly gone
I was almost in need of a defibrillator.
I didn’t know what went wrong
I had to shake it off,
But I got stuck, oh my god.
You turned all my little strings.
You’re the love innovator
That burns all the right tools
You know what to do.

Fine tune
Fine tune

You started tweekin’ on a little knob
That I didn’t even know was there,
Kissin’ on my wrist all the way to my neck,
Runnin’ your fingers through my hair.
I felt like I was dizzy,
And I didn’t think I could drive.
You flipped a switch, hot-wired my gears
Yeah, you put me in line,
And now I’m runnin’ right.

My pulse was nearly gone;
I was almost in need of a defibrillator.
I didn’t know what went wrong
I had to shake it off,
But I got stuck, oh my god.
You turned all my little strings.
You’re the love innovator
That brings all the right tools
You know what to do.

Fine tune
Fine tune

My pulse was nearly gone
I was almost in need of a defibrillator.
I didn’t know what went wrong
I had to shake it off,
But i got stuck, oh my god.
You turned all my little strings.
You’re the love innovator
That brings all the right tools
You know what to do.

Fine tune
Oh-oh-oh-oh
Fine tune

You’re fine tune

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