"The One Song I Never Could Write" as written by and Wayland Holyfield....
Our Song, the words never right
Our song, the one song I never could write.

People are dancing to our music playin'
The country is hummin' my tunes.

Awards in the hallway
Press in the driveway
And old friends
I never knew.

I got fans who adore me
Bankers who bore me
They hear every song
That I write.
But I sure know one song
That turned out all wrong
The one song I never got right.

Our song, the words Never right
Our Song, the one song I never could write.

Now that we're famous
My songs on the jukebox
On t.v. and on the radio
The dollars are flowing
Comin' and goin'
From music and
Words that are good.

I got an unlisted number
Accountant and lawyer
It seems all I do turns out right
But I sure know one song
That turned out all wrong
The one song I never could write.

Our song, the words never right
Our song, the one song I never could write

Our song, the words never right
Our song, the one song I never could write


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