Randy Travis - I'm Still Here, You're Still Gone

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The sun comes up and you're still gone
The world goes round and life goes on
But life is short and love is long
And when the sun goes down you're still gone
Now ain't it strange, how we make things right
We think things change overnight
But then the sun comes up and the night moves on
And I'm still here and you're still gone
I guess I missed the point, I thought I was doin' right
I'd get up early morning and work into the night
I was always makin' money, I shoulda been makin' love
Now the man I'm today knows that money ain't enough
But if I had a chance to give one more thing
It wouldn't be a rose or a diamond ring
'Cause you showed me where I went wrong
'Cause I'm still here and you're still gone
Hey, I guess I missed the point, I thought I was doin' right
I'd get up early in the mornin' and work into the night
I was always makin' money, I shoulda been makin' love
Now the man I'm today knows that money ain't enough
The sun comes up and you're still gone
The world goes round and life goes on
And you showed me where I went wrong
'Cause I'm still here, you're still gone
Yes I'm still here and you're still gone

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Randy Travis (born Randy Bruce Traywick, May 4, 1959 in Marshville, North Carolina) is an American multiple Grammy Award and Dove Award-winning American country singer. Active since 1985, he has recorded more than a dozen studio albums to date, in addition to charting more than thirty singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. Travis was born in Marshville, North Carolina, the second of six children of Bobbie, a textile factory worker, and Harold Traywick, a horse breeder, turkey farmer, and construction business owner.

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