Live Until I Die

Album: Clay Walker (1993)
Charted: 107
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  • Skippin' rocks, skippin' rope
    Laughin' at all my best friends jokes
    Things I loved when I was a kid
    Muddy roads, muddy feet
    I didn't live on no blacktop street
    Things have changed a lot but I never did

    And I don't want to think about tomorrow
    I don't need anything money can buy
    I don't have to beg, steal, or borrow
    I just want to live until I die

    Livin' right, livin' in this little old town I grew up in
    But I still held on to my dreams
    Standin' proud, standin' tall
    Standin' smack dab in the middle of it all
    I don't worry 'bout things that I can't change

    And I don't want to think about tomorrow
    I don't need anything money can buy
    I don't have to beg, steal, or borrow
    I just want to live until I die

    And everything around me are
    Things I dearly love
    And every night I get on my knees and thank
    The lord above

    And I don't want to think about tomorrow
    I don't need anything money can buy
    I don't have to beg, steal, or borrow
    I just want to live until I die

    I don't have to beg, steal, or borrow
    I just want to live until I die Writer/s: CHUCK CLEAVER, DAVID R. MORRISON, JOHN ERHARDT, RANDY CHEEK
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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