Walk Me Down the Middle

Album: The Band Perry (2010)
  • I was meant to be by your side
    And I have waited here a long time
    For you to turn around and notice me
    But now you're here holdin' hands with me

    Walk me down the middle of the county fair
    Walk me down the middle like you don't care
    Walk me by the Ferris wheel and make sure that she sees
    Let the whole world know you belong to me

    I've heard about your bitter end
    'Bout how she stole your heart and put it back again
    Well I may not be the prettiest girl around
    But I sure am a sight for sore, sore eyes

    Walk me down the middle of main street
    Walk me down where the whole town will be
    I don't need no parade but make sure that she sees
    Let the whole world know you belong to me

    I'd walk through fire for you
    Walk through barbed wire for you
    I'd walk for miles, it's true
    Just to be with you

    If you'll walk me down the middle of my mama's church
    Walk me down that aisle in your finest shirt

    Let the whole world know
    You will walk me down the middle of the county fair
    Oh walk me down the middle like you don't care
    Walk me by the Ferris wheel and make sure they all see
    Let the whole world know you belong to me Writer/s: KIMBERLY PERRY, NEIL PERRY, REID PERRY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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