You'll Always Be My Girl

  • From the start of spring
    to the autumn leaves
    And the summers and winters between
    When the river is wide
    the same one is dry
    And the wind blows hard through the trees
    Even if we're dead broke
    with no place to go
    even when the shadows are strong

    You'll always be, you'll always be
    You'll always be my girl

    When the harvest is plenty
    and it feels like it should
    When the fruit is ripe on the vine
    Then the rain flows
    and the flood comes
    And it feels like the end of the line
    Even if we are lost
    and we're counting the cost
    We will hold on to each other

    You'll always be, you'll always be
    You'll always be my girl

    You'll always be, you'll always be
    You'll always be my girl Writer/s: Drew Holcomb
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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