I Walk The Line (Revisited) Karaoke Rodney Crowell

Karaoke I Walk The Line (Revisited) Rodney Crowell & Johnny Cash

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In the same key as the original: G

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I'm back on board that forty nine Ford in nineteen fifty six
Long before the sun came up way out in the sticks
The headlight showed a two rut roadway
Back up in the pines
First time I heard Johnny Cash sing I Walk The Line
I got my thrill behind the wheel upon my daddys lap
Grandpa rode co pilot with a flashlight and a map
Cane pole out the window it was in the summertime
First time I heard Johnny Cash sing I Walk The Line
I keep a close watch on this heart of mine
I keep my eyes wide open all the time
I keep the ends out for the tie that binds
Because you're mine
I walk The Line
Mmm
I never will forget that day
I know the time and place sounded like the whole thing came
Right down from outer space
I still can see those headlights
And that dashboard in my mind
The first time
I heard Johnny Cash
Sing I Walk The Line
I find it very very easy to be true
I find myself alone when each day's through
Yes I'll admit that I'm a fool for you
Because you're mine
I walk the line
Host, get it back
Ah hmm
All these long years later it's still music to my ears
I swear it sounds as good right now as anything I hear
I've seen the Mona Lisa
I've heard Shakespeare read real fine
Just like hearing Johnny Cash sing I Walk The Line
As sure as night is dark and day is light
I keep you on my mind both day and night
And happiness I've know proves that it's right
Because you're mine
I walk the line
Because you're mine
I walk the line
Mmm

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