I Should Start Running Song Lyrics and Chords

Red Sovine - I Should Start Running

 

I Should Start Running Song Lyrics and Chords by Red Sovine

 

I Should Start Running
Recorded by Red Sovine
Written by Paul Belvins
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Here you  
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are in my  
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arms 
 
again
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I should start  
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running
 
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break my heart again
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I should start  
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running
 
I tried and tried to  
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cast 
 
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love I hold for you
 
But  
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times like this makes me forget
 
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true
 
My heart says run you  
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foolish 
 
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lips tell me to stay
 
I’m  
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caught between a right and wrong
 
And don’t know which to
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take
 
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are in my  
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arms 
 
again
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I should start  
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running
 
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break my heart again
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I should start  
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running

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song I Should Start Running?
– The song I Should Start Running was sang by Red Sovine.

 

Who is Red Sovine?
– Woodrow Wilson “Red” Sovine (July 7, 1917 – April 4, 1980) was an American country music singer and songwriter associated with truck driving songs, particularly those recited as narratives but set to music. His most noted examples are “Giddyup Go” (1965) and “Teddy Bear” (1976), both of which topped the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.

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