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Radney Foster – A Fine Line lyrics

There's a curve in the highway, just south of town
Where a man has pulled over to figure life out
With only his concience and the lonesome sound
Of diesels winding up grade
He's got a wife and two kids, and they love him so
He's got a woman down in georgia, and she's startin' to show
He's damned if he leaves her, and he's sure damned if he don't
And he wonders how life got this way
Cuase it's a fine line in between right and wrong
Yea he's been crossing over that border way too long
He should've seen it coming at him right from the start
Now there aint' no escape from a broken heart
Now the call of the highway is a powerful thing
Like the pull of a lover, or a child in a swing
Gave his heart to two women only one wears his ring
They're both gonna have his babies now
So how do you confess, what words don't explain
He never intended to cause this much pain
Now he feels like a farmer who went praying for the rain
Got more than he bargained from the clouds
[Chorus:]
He'll turn his car around tonight, go home and try to face the truth
Everyone involved's getting hurt, now there aint nothing he can do
[Chorus:]



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