"True Love Travels on a Gravel Road" as written by and A.l./frazier Owens....
How many girls
Would choose a cotton-dress world
When they could have satins and lace?
To stand by her man
Through good times and bad
And still keep a smile on her face?
How many hearts would feel the winter's wind blow
And still not turn cold?

True love travels on a gravel road
Love is a stranger and hearts are in danger
On smooth streets paved with gold
But true love travels on a gravel road

Down through the years
We've had hard times and tears
But it only helps our love grow
And we'll stay together
No matter how strong the wind blows
Not once have I seen your blue eyes fill with envy
And stray from the one that you hold

True love travels on a gravel road
Love is a stranger and hearts are in danger
On smooth streets paved with gold
But true love travels on a gravel road...


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"True Love Travels on a Gravel Road" as written by Arthur Owens Sr. Dallas Frazier

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