"County Line" as written by and John G. Curtis Jon Pousette-dart....
Here I go, swinging low across that county line,
the noose that was around my neck is far behind.
and your smile still owns my soul, oh my love goodbye,
yeah, swinging low across that county line.

Now this county line, she talks to me,
she knows love brought me to this highway.
you were close to me, your eyes could not see, no, now
half of me walk right through the door.

So, here I go, swinging low across that county line.
searching for the soul that left me behind.
and if I find peace of mind, I'll be back again.
yeah, swinging back across that county line.

Now this destiny, it ain't enough to be, no, now
could I have ever made you happy?
'cause this life is short and this road so long,
time is something that you can't borrow.

So, here I go, swinging low across that county line,
the noose that was around my neck is far behind.
and your smile still owns my soul, oh my love goodbye,
yeah, swinging low across that county line

Here I go swinging low across that county line,
searching for the soul that left me behind.
and if I find peace of mind, I'll be back again,
yeah, swinging back across that county line.


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