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Across The Borderline lyrics and chords are provided for your personal
use only, it's a very pretty song recorded by Willie Nelson.
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Across The Borderline Recorded by Willie Nelson Written by John Hiatt, Ry Cooder, James Dickinson
C G7 C There's a place where I've been told F G7 C Every street is paved with gold Am G7 And it's just across the border line C G7 C And when it's time to take your turn F Dm Here's a lesson that you must learn C G7 C You could lose more than you'll ever find
Am G7 C When you reach the broken promised land F C And every dream slips through your hands Am G7 Then you'll know that it's too late to change your mind F G7 C Cause you've paid the price to come so far F G7 Am Just to wind up where you are C G7 C And you're still just across the border line
G7 C Up and down the Rio Grande F G7 C A thousand footprints in the sand Am G7 Reveal a secret no one can define C G7 C The river flows on like a breath F Dm In between our life and death C G7 C Who's the next to cross the borderline
G7 C Hope remains when pride is gone F Dm And it keeps you moving on C G7 C Calling you across the borderline
Am C G7 C And you're still just across the border line
F G7 C Cause you've paid the price to come so far F G7 Am Just to wind up where you are C G7 C And you're still just across the border line Am C G7 C And you're still just across the border line
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