"The Storms of Life" as written by Troy Harold Seals and Max Duane Barnes....
There's a dirty piece of cardboard that reads Montgomery Ward
Taped across the window of my old Ford
A six-pack on front seat and a box of chicken wings
I'm dialin' cross the radio for a song that I can sing
I'd better change my wandering ways I know I've seen my better days
Always gettin' high when I get low
Well I left my soul out in the rain Lord what a price I've had to pay
Storms of life are washin' me away

[Guitar]

An old mail pouch tobacco sign fadin' on the barn
Bringing back sweet memories of mama's farm
When love was just a country girl that lived on down the road
You know she almost had me turned around but that was years ago
I'd better change my wandering ways...
Yeah the storms of life are washin' me away


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"The Storms of Life" as written by Max Duane Barnes Troy Harold Seals

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