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8 thoughts on “ When You Leave That Way You Never Go Back - Ollie Austin - Down My Way (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. I will never lose my way Listen in to the voice inside of me (hey hey) Maybe you have lost your dreams So you can only she'd your tears Don't give up and dive deep in to your fears Hell yeah I'll fight, all night I'll die, rewind I'll fight (I'll fight), all night (all night) I'll die (I'll die) I will never lose my way .
  2. "When You Leave That Way You Can Never Go Back" is a song written by Steve Clark and Johnny quiletamachicanquonilesheatsbabest.xyzinfo song—a bittersweet reflection of a condemned inmate's life, looking back at all the bridges he burned and wished could be repaired—was recorded by several country music artists, including Sam Neely, Bill Anderson and the band Confederate Railroad.
  3. And when you leave that way you can never go back A train won't run on a torn up track Some times I wish I'd never roamed, oh no 'Cause when you leave that way you can never go home Then I met a girl in Knoxville Oh we set our wedding date Left her standing at the altar With a baby on the way And when you leave that way you can never go back.
  4. When You Leave That Way You Can Never Go Back Confederate Railroad ***** WHEN YOU LEAVE THAT WAY YOU CAN NEVER GO BACK ***** Written by Steve Clark,Johnny Mac Rae I'd g [G] et down on my kn [A] ees and i say i'm s [D] orry. If [E] i could only go back one more t [A] ime. Verse 4: B [D] ut i killed a man in Houston.
  5. "When You Leave That Way You Can Never Go Back" is a song written by Steve Clark and Johnny MacRae. The song—a bittersweet reflection of a condemned inmate's life, looking back at all the bridges he burned and wished could be repaired—was recorded by several country music artists, including Sam Neely, Bill Anderson and the band Confederate.
  6. Lyrics to "When You Leave That Way You Can Never Go Back" by BILL ANDERSON: I remember waking in the morning / To the sound of the rooster's crow / Mamma cooking in the kitchen / And Arthur Godfrey on the radio / Me and Dad were just like strangers / We never did see eye to eye / We almost came to blows one morning.
  7. Song information for When You Leave That Way You Can Never Go Back - Confederate Railroad on AllMusic.
  8. If you're callin' 'bout my heart It's still yours I should've listened to it a little more Then it wouldn't have taken me so long to know where I belong And by the way, boy, this is no machine you're talkin' to Can't you tell, this is Austin, and I still love you I still love you.

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