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I'd Build A Bridge Song Lyrics and Chords

 

I'd Build A Bridge Song Lyrics and Chords by Johnny Rodriguez

 

I'd Build A Bridge
Recorded by Johnny Rodriguez
Written by Mike Settle
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As I  
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search through the  
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ashes 
 
 
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Of bridges  
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burned and broken  
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dreams 
 
 
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If I could  
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only find the  
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pieces 
 
 
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I'd build a  
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bridge that would  
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bring you back to  
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me
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I'd  
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build a  
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bridge that would  
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bring you back to  
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me
 
If I could  
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take back the past and  
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change 
 
it
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To what I  
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wanted it to  
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be 
 
 
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I would  
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mold and I would  
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make it  
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into a  
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bridge
 
That would  
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bring you back to  
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me 
 
 
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I'd  
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build a  
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bridge that would  
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bring you back to  
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me
 
Oh  
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I'd build a  
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bridge made of  
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love
 
A love so  
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strong that nothing  
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known
 
Could ever  
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shake it  
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yeah
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Oh 
 
 
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I'd build a  
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bridge made of  
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stone
 
And I would  
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stand and  
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defend it and  
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ne
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ver 
 
 
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let it  
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fall
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And though the  
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walls may be  
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crumbled
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The 
 
corner
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stone is  
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planted 
 
deep
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And it will  
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gladly hold the  
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pieces 
 
 
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to the  
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bridge
 
That would  
G7 
bring you back to  
C 
me 
 
 
Am 
 
I'll build a  
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bridge that would  
G7 
bring you back to  
C 
me
 
Oh  
G7 
I'd build a  
Am 
bridge made of  
C 
stone
 
And I would  
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stand and  
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defend 
 
 
F 
it 
 
 
C 
yeah
 
Oh  
G7 
I'd build a  
Am 
bridge made of  
C 
love
 
A love so  
F 
strong that nothing  
Em 
known
 
Could ever  
F 
shake it  
G7 
yeah

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song I'd Build A Bridge?
- The song I'd Build A Bridge was sang by Johnny Rodriguez.

 

Who is Johnny Rodriguez?
- Juan Raoul Davis "Johnny" Rodriguez (born December 10, 1951) is an American country music singer. He is a Tejano and Texas country music singer, infusing his music with Latin sounds, and even singing verses of songs in Spanish.
In the 1970s and 1980s, he was one of country music's most successful male artists, recording a string of hit songs, such as "You Always Come Back to Hurting Me," "Desperado," "Down on the Rio Grande" and "Foolin'." He has recorded six No. 1 country hits in his career.

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