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Grayson Hugh – I Can't Untie Your From Me lyrics

Time has tied
The mountain to the river
And tied that rolling river
Right down to the sea
Like the willow to the ground
Baby love has tied me to you
Oh yes it has
No matter what I try to do
I can't untie you from me

And I've walked a thousand miles
To the edge of every sea
And I've tried, oh yes I've tried
But I can't untie you from me

Now people come into your life
And people they will go
Holding onto nothing at all
Nothing but the passing day
When the night spreads out its stars
Baby I know you've got to listen
Oh yes you do
For the truth that's in your heart
Is never ever far away

And I've walked a thousand miles
To the edge of every sea
And I've tried, oh yes I've tried
But I can't untie you from me

Your name is on the water
And it's written on the deep blue waves
In the sky where eagles wander
Down in the shadow of the glade

And I've walked a thousand miles
To the edge of every sea
And I've tried, oh yes I've tried
But I can't untie you from me baby
No I can't
You know I've walked
I've walked and walked
A long long time
Yes I did



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/g/grayson_hugh/i_cant_untie_your_from_me.html

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