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Southern Sons - No Matter How High I Get album mp3

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Southern Sons - No Matter How High I Get album mp3
Black Gospel,Gospel
  • Performer:
    Southern Sons
  • Title:
    No Matter How High I Get
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Black Gospel,Gospel
  • Date of release:
    May 18, 1996
  • Size FLAC version
    1920 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1399 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1748 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.6
  • Votes:
    702
  • Formats:
    MP4 DMF VQF ASF APE MIDI

No Matter How High" is a song written by Even Stevens and Joey Scarbury, and recorded by American country music group The Oak Ridge Boys. It was released in December 1989 as the second single from the album American Dreams. No Matter How High" was The Oak Ridge Boys' seventeenth and final number one on the country chart. The single went to number one for one week and spent a total of twenty-one weeks on the country chart.

D7D7 And wonder just how sweet it would be GG CC GG But baby I got lucky when I met you that night. D7D7 GG Now you'll always have this promise from me. CC GG No matter how high I get I'll always look up to you. D7D7 You'll always be number one I'll settle for number two. GG CC GG You've always been there for me baby I must confess. D7D7 GG I'll always look up to you no matter how high I get. CC GG Up here on this mountain it gets crazy sometimes. D7D7 So crazy I don't know what to do GG CC GG When I've had it up to here with all of their lies.

No matter how high I get, I'll always look up to you, You'lll always be number one, I'll settle for number two You've always been there for me Baby, I must confess I'll always look up to you No Matter how high I get Up here on this mountain it gets crazy sometimes, so crazy I don't  . More lyrics from the album.

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11 Songs, 42 Minutes. Released: Jan 1, 1990. More By Southern Sons.

me keep my feet on the ground No matter how high I get, I'll always look up to you You'll always be number one, I'll settle for number two You've always been there for me, well baby, I must confess I'll always look up to you no matter how high No matter how high I get, I'll.

Before the very first time I felt a feeling that I've never never known You see, I'll be your number one when all your hits are gone So if you feel, if you feel, if you feel insecure, you can rest, you can rest, you can rest assured No matter how high I get, I'll still be looking up to. you No matter how high I get, I'll still be looking up to you. Listen to me they only want to see the side of me that they pay to see but you get that free baby, but you get the worst side of me the things that are lost along the way took a whole lot out of me I had become so blind that I&ap.

Credits

Southern Sons - Primary Artist