Bill King

Bill King

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Country - Traditional | Byron, Georgia, United States
Total Song Plays: 95   
Member Since: 2014
   Last Login: 10/26/2019
   Sounds Like: Alan Jackson, George Strait

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Song Description

We all have regrets in life. Some of us let them consume us, while others learn to live with them and progress.

Story Behind the Song

It's been a long, hard road I've traveled down. I've been a lot of places, seen a lot of faces, burned a lot of bridges, and fell down flat on my face a few times more than I care to admit. I've learned the hard way that life goes on, and so must we.

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Lyrics

Life's Highway

These aren't lines on my face, they're the by-ways of my soul,
traveled each one step-by-step just to see where they'd go.
This ain't grey in my hair, just mistakes that I've made;
regrets I've learned to live with along life's highway.

Twenty-one and hungry; hell-bent to see it all,
the road stretched out before me and I heard freedom call.
Twenty years have brought me all the pleasures I can stand;
what you see before you is a worn-and-weathered man.
This ain't a smile on my face; it just helps me hide away,
regrets I've come to live with along life's highway.

These aren't tears in my eyes, they're the rivers I have crossed;
I smell of smoke from bridges burned; true loves I have lost.
This ain't whisky on my breath, it's the price I've come to pay;
regrets I've learned to live with along life's highway.

Twenty-one and hungry; hell-bent to see it all,
the road stretched out before me and I heard freedom call.
Twenty years have brought me all the pleasures I can stand;
what you see before you is a worn-and-weathered man.
This ain't a smile on my face; it just helps me hide away,
regrets I've come to live with along life's highway.

Regrets I've learned to live with along life's highway.

Copyright: William "Bill" C. King
ASCAP/May 2002

Song Length
3:07
Genres
Country - Traditional, Country - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Peaceful, Moving

Subject Matter
Life, Regret

Similar Artists
Alan Jackson, George Strait
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits William "Bill" C. King
Music Credits William "Bill" C. King
Producer Credits William "Bill" C. King
Publisher Credits Hattie Mae Music
Performance Credits ASCAP
Label Credits Hattie Mae Music