I’m Walking Slow (And Thinking About Her) Song Lyrics and Chords

Ray Price

Ray Price -- I'm Walking Slow ( And Thinking Bout Her)

 

I’m Walking Slow (And Thinking About Her) Song Lyrics and Chords by Ray Price

 

I’m Walking Slow (And Thinking About Her)
Recorded by Ray Price
Written by Bobby Bare and Lance Guyness
 
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When shadows fall I’m twice as lonely
How I miss my one and only
 
Gone the night like many nights  
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before
Ever since the day I found her
All my world’s been built around her

Just like before she’s hurt me once more

 
And I’m walking the  
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Walking slow and thinking bout her
How long can I live without her
 
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drops dim these eyes that watch the  
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door
 
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though I’ve got this heartsick  
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feeling
Still I hope that she’ll come stealing
Back through the door like always before
 
I’ll forgive her once more and stop walking the  
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FAQ

 

Who sang the the song I’m Walking Slow (And Thinking About Her)?
– The song I’m Walking Slow (And Thinking About Her) was sang by Ray Price.

 

Who is Ray Price?
– Noble Ray Price (January 12, 1926 – December 16, 2013) was an American country music singer, songwriter, and guitarist. His wide-ranging baritone is regarded as among the best male voices of country music, and his innovations, such as propelling the country beat from 2/4 to 4/4, known as the “Ray Price beat”, helped make country music more popular. Some of his well-known recordings include “Release Me”, “Crazy Arms”, “Heartaches by the Number”, “For the Good Times”, “Night Life”, and “You’re the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me”. He was elected to the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1996. He continued to record and tour into his 80s.

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