Come Walk In My Shoes Song Lyrics and Chords

Liz Anderson

Liz Anderson -  Come Walk In My Shoes

 

Come Walk In My Shoes Song Lyrics and Chords by Liz Anderson

 

Come Walk In My Shoes
Written and Recorded by Liz Anderson
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If you have never gone to where you  
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don’t 
 
belong
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Come walk in my shoes a  
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while
 
If you don’t know the pain of love that’s  
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all in vain
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Come walk in my shoes a  
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I  
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tried to live in your world and  
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found I don’t fit in
 
In
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stead I’ve been neglected  
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that’s where I’ve been
 
If you have  
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never seen a world with
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out a dream
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Come walk in my shoes a  
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while
 
If you have never cried for love that  
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lived and died
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Come walk in my shoes a  
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while
 
If you have never gone to where you  
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can’t go on
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Come walk in my shoes a  
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You  
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think my eyes look lonely from  
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cryin’ all the time
 
If  
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they look sad from your side you  
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should see them from mine
 
If you have  
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never seen the end of  
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everything
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Come walk in my shoes a  
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while
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Come walk in my shoes a  
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while

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song Come Walk In My Shoes?
– The song Come Walk In My Shoes was sang by Liz Anderson.

 

Who is Liz Anderson?
– Elizabeth Jane Anderson (née Haaby January 13, 1927 – October 31, 2011) was an American country music singer-songwriter who was one in a wave of new-generation female vocalists in the genre during the 1960s to write and record her own songs on a regular basis. Writing in The New York Times Bill Friskics-Warren noted, “Like her contemporary Loretta Lynn, Ms. Anderson gave voice to female survivors inhabiting their struggles in a soprano at times alluring, at times sassy.”Anderson received two Grammy Award nominations in 1967, one for “Best Female Country Vocal Performance” for her self-penned, top-5 hit “Mama Spank”, and the other for “Best Country Vocal Group” for the top-5 hit “The Game of Triangles”, with Bobby Bare and Norma Jean. As a songwriter, she scored 26 top 50 hits in the 1960s, more than any other female songwriter that decade in the country music industry.
Anderson also wrote many of the early hits for her daughter, Lynn Anderson, whose recording career began less than a year after her mother’s. She wrote several hits for other notable artists, including Merle Haggard. Haggard had his first top 10 and number one hits, respectively, with “(My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers” and “I’m a Lonesome Fugitive”, both penned by Anderson. He named his band “The Strangers”, after the hit “(My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers”.

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