"Walkin On Water" as written by Ben Hayslip and Randy Albright....
Ain't it funny how a woman can change a man overnight?
From a natural born rebel to a born-again-kinda-guy.
All it took was one look in your eyes; now...

[Chorus]
I'm a new man walkin'; you can write it in stone.
You made me a believer once and for all.
Well, I used to be honky-tonk trouble;
I'm leavin' those days behind me on the double.
With an angel like you in my corner,
I'm tradin runnin' on whiskey for walkin' on water.

(Runnin' on whiskey; walkin' on water.)

I used to set 'em up, drink 'em down, make my rounds going strong.
Makin' noise with the boys, gettin' wild past the break of dawn;
Now those rip and roarin' days are gone.

[Chorus]

All those party friends of mine
Say I'm mighty hard to find these days.
Well, that might be true, but it's all because of you.
I've learned to live it up a better way, right beside you.

[Chorus]

Tradin runnin' on whiskey for walkin' on water.
(Runnin' on whiskey; walkin' on water.)
Walkin' on water.
(Runnin' on whiskey; walkin' on water.)


Lyrics submitted by KungFuChica

"Walkin' on Water" as written by Randy Albright Ben Hayslip

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