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'Til nothin' comes between us

By John Michael Montgomery

 

Close your eyes, can you see me?
Rollin' down the Rocky Mountains,
Movin' like the wind that sweeps the Kansas plains.
I know you're with me,
As I make my way through Oklahoma,
Past the barns and weather vanes.
There are motels, cafes, bills and billboard signs.
A thousand miles of highway,
Between your heart and mine.

There will fin'lly come a moment,
When one man, and one woman,
Give ev'rything that they've been waiting for.
Oh.
I'll take you in my arms again.
Feel your skin against my skin.
An' let the sheet fall slowly to the floor.
'Til nothin' comes between us anymore.

In my soul, I can feel you,
As I cross the Mississippi,
You're the river flowin' in me comin' home.
I count each heartbeat,
'Til the moment we're together,
An' the distance can't be measured.
That's all that keeps me goin'
When I'm gone.

There will fin'lly come a moment,
When one man, and one woman,
Give ev'rything that they've been waiting for.
I'll take you in my arms again.
I'll Feel your skin against my skin.
An' let the sheet fall slowly to the floor.
'Til nothin' comes between us anymore.


There will fin'lly come a moment,
When one man, and one woman,
Give ev'rything that they've been waiting for.
I'll take you in my arms again.
Feel your skin against my skin.
An' let the sheet fall slowly to the floor.
'Til nothin' comes between us anymore.


There will fin'lly come a moment,
When one man, and one woman,
Give ev'rything, ev'rything, ev'rything that they're waiting for.
I'll take you in my arms again.
Feel your skin against my skin.
An' let the sheet fall slowly to the floor.
'Til nothin' comes between us anymore.