Kenny Ray Horton

Kenny Ray Horton

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Country - Rock | Chicago, Illinois, United States
Total Song Plays: 18   
Member Since: 2003
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Song Description

An autobiography.


North Pacific
Written by Kenny Ray Horton

Verse 1

Well I gave the man my money
Took my seat and rode the rail
Weatherman said partly sunny
But my life was going stale
I sat by the window
With my sun a goin' down
Wishin' we could keep on ridin'
Right on through this sleepy town


Then it cam to me
Like a train through me
They say life is what you make it
But it seems to be
That if you're dealt a hand
You can understand
You just may have found the secret to your life
On the North Pacific line

Verse 2

I was livin' in Wisconsin
She came from middle Tennessee
When she sat down beside me
I knew there's no turning back
Cause my heart was beating louder
Than the clickin' of the track


Verse 3

Well there just ain't nothin' like it
To see the eyes of your first born
Staring back up at you
In the early mornin'
Now I take him with me when I go to ride the rail
Life it sure is funny you know happiness prevails!


Song Length
Folk - Country
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal


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Label Credits Soldier Boy Records