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it's a very good country song co-written and recorded by Clint Black.
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Half Way Up Recorded by Clint Black Written by Clint Black and Hayden Nicholas
G I've seen it going around when you get bad news
Thinking that you found a darker shade of blues F C Looking for the light and it's a long way back A# G You know without a fight you're gonna fade to black
Never was a man that ever felt this way
One who couldn't live to see another day F C Hard times seem to have the corner on you A# G But you can rise from the ashes too
C A# F G When I'm on my knees and everything has gotten me beat C A# F G And even I believe I'm never gonna find my feet F C G Two ways you can go you can ask anybody around F D7 G One man's half way up is another man's half way down
Now you may decide it's a losing game
Even in your stride you're gonna call it lame F C Getting one leg up when it's said and done A# G Is the hardest part no matter how you run
If you can walk away from a crash and burn
You'll appreciate every step you earn F C And if you feel the ground is gaining on you A# G You're already bound to take a different view
C G One man's ceiling is another man's floor C G One man's wall could be another man's door A# C One man's smile is another man's frown D# D7 G And there are miles of half way up or half way down
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