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If It Ain't Strong Enough lyrics

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Connie Smith – If It Ain't Strong Enough lyrics

[ Dallas ]
I'd swim the wide Missouri with a rope tied around my neck
[ Connie ]
I'd cross the state of Texas a hoppin' on one leg
[ Both ]
If that ain't strong enough there ain't no such thing called love
[ Dallas ]
I'd sleep in the den over mountain lines and wrestle with a grizzly bear
[ Connie ]
I'd travel round the world three times on the back of an old greymare
[ Both ]
If that ain't strong enough there ain't no such thing called love
No more hopeless feelin's no more dreamin' alone all my cold and rainy days are gone
Waking up each morning with a happy sing along song
Because your good sweet loving turns me on
[ Dallas ]
There ain't no place in the world that I won't go or a thing that I won't do
[ Connie ]
I'm always ready and waitin' here just to prove my love for you
[ Both ]
If that ain't strong enough there ain't no such thing called love
[ guitar ]
No more hopeless feelin's...
If that ain't strong enough there ain't no such thing called love



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