T.G. Sheppard – Slow Burn

The song was Sheppard's 13th number one on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart, and spent one week atop the chart as part of a 14-week run within the chart's Top 40

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T.G. Sheppard – Slow Burn, is a song written by Tommy Rocco and Charlie Black, and recorded by American country music artist T. G. Sheppard. It was released in September 1983 as the first single and title track from the album Slow Burn.
The song was Sheppard’s 13th number one on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart, and spent one week atop the chart as part of a 14-week run within the chart’s Top 40.
T.G. Sheppard - Slow Burn
Cover LP Single T.G. Sheppard Warner 1984
T.G. Sheppard – Slow Burn
From the album Slow Burn
Released September 1983
Recorded June 1983
Genre Country
Length 3:31 (single edit)
Label Warner Bros./Curb
Songwriter(s) Charlie Black Tommy Rocco
Producer(s) Jim Ed Norman

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T.G. Sheppard – Slow Burn Lyrics

She’s got that dark hair falling ‘cross her shoulders
There’s not a man alive that wouldn’t want to hold her
And the way she moves, just the way she moves
Well, that’s enough to keep me on a slow burn
Keep me on a slow burn
In her high heals kicking ‘cross the dance floor
She’s more woman than I could ever ask for
Still there’s something in her eyes, in those dark eyes
That’s love and that keeps me on a slow burn
Keeps me on a slow burn
When we touch this fire breaks out
And it rages out of control
And the love we made is so deep, so strong
And when it’s over, even when it’s over
And the flame dies down
It just dies down to a slow burn, slow burn
And the love we made is so deep, so strong
That when it’s over, even when it’s over
And the flame dies down
It just dies down to a slow burn, a slow burn
A slow burn, slow burn
She’s got that dark hair falling ‘cross her shoulders
Keeps me on a slow burn
In her high heals kicking ‘cross the dance floor
Keeps me on a slow burn
When we touch, when we touch

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T.G. Sheppard - Slow Burn
Single T.G. Sheppard Warner 1983
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