Deeper Than The Holler Song Lyrics and Chords

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Deeper Than The Holler Song Lyrics and Chords by Randy Travis

 

Deeper Than The Holler
Recorded by Randy Travis
Written by Don Schlitz and Paul Overstreet
 
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Well I  
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heard those city  
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singers singing  
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bout how they can  
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love
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Deeper than the  
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oceans higher  
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than the stars  
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above
 
Well I  
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come from the  
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country and I  
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know I ain’t seen it  
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all
 
But I  
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heard that ocean’s  
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salty and the  
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stars they  
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sometimes 
 
 
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fall
 
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would not justice to the  
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way I feel for you
 
So I  
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had to sing a  
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song about  
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all the things I  
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knew
 
My love is  
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deeper than the  
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holler 
 
 
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stronger than the  
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river
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Higher than the  
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pine trees growing  
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tall upon the  
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hill
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My love is  
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purer than the  
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snowflakes that  
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fall in late  
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December
 
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honest as a  
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robin on a  
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springtime window sill
 
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longer than the  
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song of a whippoor
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will
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From the  
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backroads to the  
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Broadway shows with a  
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million miles  
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between
 
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least a million  
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love songs that  
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people 
 
 
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love to  
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sing
 
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everyone is different and  
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everyone’s the same
 
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this is just  
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another way of  
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saying the same  
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thing
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whippoor
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will

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song Deeper Than The Holler?
– The song Deeper Than The Holler was sang by Randy Travis.

 

Who is Randy Travis?
– Randy Bruce Traywick (born May 4, 1959), known professionally as Randy Travis, is an American country music and gospel music singer, songwriter, guitarist, and actor.Active from 1978 until being incapacitated by a stroke in 2013, he has recorded 20 studio albums and charted more than 50 singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including sixteen that reached the No. 1 position. Considered a pivotal figure in the history of country music, Travis broke through in the mid-1980s with the release of his album Storms of Life, which sold more than four million copies. The album established him as a major force in the neotraditional country movement. Travis followed up his successful debut with a string of platinum and multi-platinum albums. He is known for his distinctive baritone vocals, delivered in a traditional style that has made him a country music star since the 1980s.
By the mid-1990s, Travis saw a decline in his chart success. In 1997, he left Warner Bros. Records for DreamWorks Records and then for Word Records, where he began recording more Christian material. Although the career shift produced only one more number-one country hit “Three Wooden Crosses”, Travis went on to earn several Dove Awards, including Country Album of the Year five times. Since his stroke, which severely limited his singing and speaking ability, he has released archival recordings and made limited public appearances. In addition to his singing career, he pursued an acting career, appearing in numerous films and television series, including The Rainmaker (1997) with Matt Damon, Black Dog (1998) with Patrick Swayze, Texas Rangers (2001) with James Van Der Beek, National Treasure 2 (2007) and seven episodes of the Touched by an Angel television series.
Travis has sold over 25 million records and has won seven Grammy Awards, six CMA Awards, eleven ACM Awards, 10 AMA Awards, eight GMA Dove Awards, and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 2016, Travis was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.

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