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Walk A Country Mile

Höfundur lags: Joy McKean Flytjandi: Slim Dusty Sent inn af: Anonymous

[G]Well I've walked a mile or [C]two in my [G]lifetime
And I've [C]traveled down some muddy tracks and [G]dry  
Cause if I wanted to [C]get where I was [B7]go-in[C]g  
I knew I'd [G]just have to [D7]walk that country [G]mile

Now a [C]country mile would be the longest distance
A man could ever travel when he's [F]down
And you [G7]curse the never ending road before you
When you think you'll never make it into [C]town

But you [F]meet a friend or two along the highway
And you'll [C]learn a lot you [A7]never knew be[D7]fore   
And if the [C]journey takes a lifetime
When you [F]thought a year or [D7]two   
Well you [G7]just don't give up easy any[C]more

[G]And I've walked a mile or [C]two in my [G]lifetime
And I've [C]traveled down some muddy tracks and [G]dry  
Cause if I wanted to [C]get where I was [B7]go-in[C]g  
I knew I'd [G]just have to [D7]walk that country [G]mile

[C]Walking that long mile has shown me changes
Changes in the people and the [F]land
But I'll [G7]bet the road to Marble Bar's no better
Than when I drove with trucks and [C]caravans

And a [F]country bloke is still the same old battler
No [C]matter what the [A7]place he's working [D7]in   
And al[C]though I've covered many miles
I [F]still can't wait to [D7]see   
[G7]What the next country mile will [C]bring

[G]Well I've walked a mile or [C]two in my [G]lifetime
And I've [C]traveled down some muddy tracks and [G]dry  
Cause if I wanted to [C]get where I was [B7]go-in[C]g  
I knew I'd [G]just have to [D7]walk that country [G]mile

Yes I knew I'd have to [D7]walk that country [G]mile


Well I've walked a mile or two in my lifetime
And I've traveled down some muddy tracks and dry
Cause if I wanted to get where I was go-ing
I knew I'd just have to walk that country mile

Now a country mile would be the longest distance
A man could ever travel when he's down
And you curse the never ending road before you
When you think you'll never make it into town

But you meet a friend or two along the highway
And you'll learn a lot you never knew before
And if the journey takes a lifetime
When you thought a year or two
Well you just don't give up easy anymore

And I've walked a mile or two in my lifetime
And I've traveled down some muddy tracks and dry
Cause if I wanted to get where I was go-ing
I knew I'd just have to walk that country mile

Walking that long mile has shown me changes
Changes in the people and the land
But I'll bet the road to Marble Bar's no better
Than when I drove with trucks and caravans

And a country bloke is still the same old battler
No matter what the place he's working in
And although I've covered many miles
I still can't wait to see
What the next country mile will bring

Well I've walked a mile or two in my lifetime
And I've traveled down some muddy tracks and dry
Cause if I wanted to get where I was go-ing
I knew I'd just have to walk that country mile

Yes I knew I'd have to walk that country mile

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