Meet In The Middle    (1991)

It was seven hundred fenceposts from your place to ours.
Neither one of us was old enough to drive a car
Sometimes it was raining; sometimes it would shine.
We wore out that gravel road between your house and mine.

I'd start walking your way; you'd start walking mine.
We'd meet in the middle 'neath that old Georgia pine.
We'd gain a lot of ground 'cos we'd both give a little.
Ain't no road too long when we meet in the middle.

It's been seven years tomorrow since we said our vows,
Under that old pine tree, you ought to see it now.
Standing in the back yard reminding me and you,
If we don't see eye to eye there's something we can do.

I'd start walking your way an' you'd start walking mine.
We'd meet in the middle 'neath that old Georgia pine.
We'd gain a lot of ground 'cos we'd both give a little.
Ain't no road too long when we meet in the middle.

Babe, I love the way we work it out,
That's what love is all about.

I'd start walking your way; you'd start walking mine.
We'd meet in the middle 'neath that old Georgia pine.
We'd gain a lot of ground 'cos we'd both give a little.
Ain't no road too long when we meet in the middle.

Oh, oh.

I'd start walking your way; you'd start walking mine.
We'd meet in the middle 'neath that old Georgia pine.
We'd gain a lot of ground 'cos we'd both give a little.
Ain't no road too long when we meet in the middle.

To fade:

I'd start walking your way, you'd start walking mine.
We'd meet in the middle 'neath that old Georgia pine.
We'd gain a lot of ground 'cos we'd both give a little.
Ain't no road too long when we meet in the middle.

Lyrics by Chapin Hartford, Jim Foster and Don Pfrimmer.
Recorded by Diamond Rio.


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