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Connie Smith – Smooth Sailin' lyrics

SMOOTH SAILIN'
Writers Curly Putman, Sonny Throckmorton

We've got smooth sailing, sailing
Looks like ev'ry drop of rain is gone, gone, gone
Smooth sailing, sailing
And a blue sky full of rainbows from now on
We didn't break apart in stormy weather
We didn't run around like others do
Now we're not afraid when storm clouds gather
'Cause we got the kind of love that'll see us through
We find each other's arms in troubled waters
'We found that's the safest place to go
From now on, we can laugh at troubled waters
'Cause our roughest storms just seem to make love grow
We've got smooth sailing, sailing
Looks like ev'ry drop of rain is gone, gone, gone
Smooth sailing, sailing
And a blue sky full of rainbows from now on



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