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(Roger Murrah - Waylon Jennings - Charlie Craig)
Like a sail that's torn and can't ride the wind
Here I stand looking both ways again
I'm a dollar short on a three dollar night
Turning left cause I ain't got no right.
I keep thinking this time maybe it
But somehow all the pieces just won't fit
But I'll always have a dream to hold on to
Just as long as I keep waking up with you.
You told me once that storms never last
I know it's true oh so true
Just when I think the clouds will never pass
Like a silver lining you come shining through.
I know you'll always be there right or wrong
Together we'll keep on keeping on
And I'll always have a dream to hold on to
Just as long as I keep waking up with you.
You told me once that storms never last
I know it's true oh so true
Just when I think the clouds will never pass
Like a silver lining you come shining through.
I know you'll always be there right or wrong
Together we'll keep on keeping on
And I'll always have a dream to hold on to
Just as long as I keep waking up with you.
I'll always have a dream to hold on to
Just as long as I keep waking up with you...



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