Ain’t No Love In Oklahoma Lyrics - Luke Combs


Ain't No Love In Oklahoma by Luke Combs is a country song that explores themes of despair, resilience, and the internal struggles of a restless soul.


[Verse 1]
I keep chasing that same old devil
Down the same old dead-end highway
Riding that storm running through my veins
Like a shot down tailspun airplane
Scared of nothing and I'm scared to death
I can't breathe and I catch my breath
But I keep chasing that same old devil
Down the same old dead-end highway


Explanation of Verse 1:
 The song opens with the narrator describing a relentless pursuit of something destructive, symbolized by the "devil" and the "dead-end highway." He's caught in a cycle of fear and recklessness, gasping for breath but unable to stop his chase.


[Chorus]
Ain't no love in Oklahoma
Just the whistle of a lone black train
You'll know when it's coming for ya
Riding in on the wind and rain


Explanation of Chorus: 
The chorus establishes the central metaphor. Oklahoma, the narrator's home state, represents a place devoid of love. The haunting image of the "lone black train" signifies an inevitable hardship approaching on the horizon


[Verse 2]
I got saved in the same Red River
The same Red River tryna drown me
It ain't knocking me down, I'm standing my ground
With the whole world falling all around me
I keep running, but I'm standing still
Pray for peacе, but I need the thrill
So I keep chasing that same old devil
Down thе same old dead-end highway
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[Chorus]
Ain't no love in Oklahoma
Just the whistle of a lone black train
You'll know when it's coming for ya
Riding in on the wind and rain


Explanation of Verse 2:
 This verse delves deeper into the narrator's internal conflict. He describes a past experience of religious conversion by the Red River, but now feels the same river trying to drown him. Despite the turmoil, he maintains his defiance ("standing my ground"). There's a sense of wanting peace but also craving excitement ("thrill"). He remains trapped in his self-destructive pattern.


[Chorus]
Ain't no love in Oklahoma
Just the whistle of a lone black train
You'll know when it's coming for ya
Riding in on the wind and rain
Ain't no love in Oklahoma
Just the whistle of a lone black train
You'll know when it's coming for ya
Riding in on the wind and rain


Explanation of Chorus:
The chorus establishes the central metaphor. Oklahoma, the narrator's home state, represents a place devoid of love. The haunting image of the "lone black train" signifies an inevitable hardship approaching on the horizon.


OVERALL
Ain't No Love In Oklahoma is a melancholic song about a man wrestling with his demons. The desolate imagery of Oklahoma reflects his emotional state, while the relentless pursuit of the "devil" represents his internal struggle. There's a glimmer of hope in his defiance, but the song ultimately leaves the listener wondering if he can break free from his destructive cycle.

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FAQ & Knowledge

ℚ. Who sang the song "Ain’t No Love In Oklahoma"?
"Ain’t No Love In Oklahoma" is sung by "Luke Combs".
ℚ. Who wrote the lyrics of "Ain’t No Love In Oklahoma" song?
"Chip Matthews, Jonathan Singleton & Luke Combs" has written the lyrics for the song "Ain’t No Love In Oklahoma".
ℚ.When was the last time lyrics modified for song "Ain’t No Love In Oklahoma"?
"Ain’t No Love In Oklahoma" song lyrics was modified on "25 May 2024".

About Ain’t No Love In Oklahoma

Ain’t No Love In Oklahoma

Album Twisters: The Album (2024)

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Lyrics Updated at: 25 May 2024

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