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Well, love can be an uphill climb
I'm gonna meet a lot of resistance
It takes every ounce of strenght we've got
If we're gonna go the distance
We can get discouraged and lose our courage
Worrying 'bout the daily grind
But life's a journey, no need to hurry
It's one day at a time

[Chorus:]
One foot in front of the other
Take one step and then take another
Keep on walkin', we're headed in the right direction
Puttin' one foot in front of the other
Little by little gets a whole lot further
Hittin' our stride, one foot in front of the other

What's down the road we can't say
And the road behind don't matter
But every mile along the way
Is just another mile together
Unconcerned about the twists and turns
We're takin' it nice and slow
Safe and sound, covering ground
Steady as she goes

[Chorus]

Yesterday is dead and gone
And tomorrow takes care of itself
We'll just keep on keepin' on
'Cause we ain't stumbled yet

One foot in front of the toher
Take one step and then take another
Just a-walkin' and a-talkin' and a-movin' in the same direction
Puttin' one foot in front of the other
Little by little gets a whole lot further
Hittin' our stride, one foot in front of the toher

Well, just a-hittin' our stride
One foot in front of the toher



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