"Meet In The Middle" as written by James Walter Foster, Don Pfrimmer and Chapin Hartford....
It was seven hundred fenceposts from your place to ours
Neither one of us was old enough to drive a car
Sometimes it was raining, sometimes it would shine
We wore out that gravel road between your house and mine

I'd start walking your way
You'd start walking mine
We'd meet in the middle
'Neath that old Georgia pine

We'd gain a lot of ground
'Cause we'd both give a little
And their ain't no road to long
When you meet in the middle

It's been seven years tomorrow since we said our vows
Under that old pine tree, you ought to see it now
Standing in the back yard reminding me and you
That if we don't see eye to eye there's something we can do

I'd start walking your way
You'd start walking mine
We'd meet in the middle
'Neath that old Georgia pine

We'd gain a lot of ground
'Cause we'd both give a little
And their ain't no road to long
When you meet in the middle

Babe I love the way we work it out
That's what love's about

I'd start walking your way
You'd start walking mine
We'd meet in the middle
'Neath that old Georgia pine

We'd gain a lot of ground
'Cause we'd both give a little
And their ain't no road to long
When you meet in the middle

I'd start walking your way
You'd start walking mine
We'd meet in the middle
'Neath that old Georgia pine

We'd gain a lot of ground
'Cause we'd both give a little
And their ain't no road to long
When you meet in the middle

I'd start walking your way
You'd start walking mine
We'd meet in the middle
'Neath that old Georgia pine

We'd gain a lot of ground
'Cause we'd both give a little
And their ain't no road to long
When you meet in the middle


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"Meet in the Middle" as written by Don Pfrimmer Chapin Hartford

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    General CommentIt's all about compromise.

    "We’d gain a lot of ground
    ’cause we’d both give a little "

    Great things, like his love, started because he and his childhood sweetheart would meet in the middle between their houses. Great way of putting it.
    cadillac4lifeon February 26, 2005   Link

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