"County Line" as written by and Toby Leaman Scott Mcmicken....
On the hills of both Virginias
I've crossed a weary mile
And on bended knee
I will sing to thee
As I tie my shoe

One moonlit night in the canyon
I talked about my dreams
Only bugs heard the call
They don't hear me at all
And now I talk in my sleep

When winter comes I'll be way up ahead
'Cause right now it seems so cold
I need her in my arms baby set my alarm
'Cause otherwise I'd sleep til sleeping was dead

And when I get home to my baby
She gonna wear my grandma's ring
And hand in hand we will tell a man
I do
I do
I definitely do

But I won't get drunk without her
And I won't do her no harm
'Cause she's the sweetest blackberry wine
From here to there
From here to there

From here to there

County line
County line
County line
County line
County line
County line
County line
County line
County line


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"County Line" as written by Toby Leaman Scott Mcmicken

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    General Commenthas anyone noticed the line where he says, "and on bended knee, i will sing to thee"

    you think he is proposing to his love, though you soon find he is only tying his shoe

    cool lyrics.
    pavement33on March 22, 2009   Link

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