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We're All In Your Corner

This song is by The Highwaymen and appears on the album Highwayman 2 (1990).

Willie Nelson:
There's a young man in town,
Slip-slidin' around.
He likes to roll free and easy.
There's only his way,
He calls all the plays.
And he lives on his island alone.

Waylon Jennings:
But the sea is for sure
To test all the moors
Dropping off treasures from places unknown.
Worth more than gold
To only be sold.
By this young man of stone.

All, with various lead singers per line:
And we're all in your corner tonight as friends.
Watching you stumble the path where we've been.
Hope your eyes open and you see the light.
We're all in your corner tonight.

Kris Kristofferson:
The life boat we had was fragile and frail.
By the time we set sail life's half over.
Water's the view, drown out the truth.
He's got to have proof that he's grown.

Johnny Cash:
There is no map to chart
A voyage of the heart.
The love is a journey you make on your own.
And if you don't take the chance,
The angels won't dance,
With an old man of stone.

All, with various lead singers per line:
And we're all in your corner tonight as friends.
Watching you stumble the path where we've been.
Hope your eyes open and you see the light.
We're all in your corner tonight.
Hope your eyes open and you see the light.
We're all in your corner tonight.

Written by:

Bobby Emmons Wikipedia16; Troy Seals

Produced by:

Chips Moman Wikipedia16