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Randy Travis performs "Storms of Life"

Randy Travis performs "Storms of Life"

Storms of Life is the debut studio album by country music star Randy Travis, and was released on June 6, 1986 by Warner Bros. Records Nashville. Certified 3× Multi-Platinum by the RIAA for American shipments of three million copies. it features the singles "On the Other Hand" (previously recorded by Keith Whitley on his 1985 album L.A. to Miami), "1982", "Diggin' up Bones" and "No Place Like Home". Although "On the Other Hand" charted at number 67 on the Hot Country Songs charts upon its initial release, the song reached number one on the same chart once it was re-released, following "1982" which peaked at number six. "Diggin' up Bones" also reached number one, while "No Place Like Home" peaked at number two.

Randy Travis - The Storms Of Life Lyrics

 

There's a dirty piece of cardboard

That reads Montgomery Ward

Taped across the window of my old Ford.

A six-pack on the front seat and a box of chicken wings,

I'm dialin' 'cross the radio for a song that I can sing

 

I'd better change my wandrin ways,

I know I've seen my better days,

Always gettin' high when I get low.

Well, I left my soul out in the rain,

Lord, what a price I've had to pay.

The storms of life are washin' me away.

 

An old mail pouch, tobacco sign

Fadin' on the barn,

Bringin' back sweet memories of Mama's farm

When love was just a country girl that lived on down the road.

[Spoken:] you know, she almost had me turned around,

But that was years ago.

 

I'd better change my wandrin ways,

I know I've seen my better days,

Always gettin' high when I get low.

Well, I left my soul out in the rain,

Lord, what a price I've had to pay.

The storms of life are washin' me away.

Yeah, the storms of life are washin' me away.


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