The Goodnight-Loving Song Lyrics

Clint Black


writers: Clint Patrick Black, James Hayden Nicholas
album: Track 10 in album Put Yourself in My Shoes
release date: 1990-11-27
popularity : 51 users have visited this page.
genres: Non-Music Folk, World, & Country
styles: Interview/Country
length: 3:45

Album Information

label: RCA
country(area): Europe
format: CD
barcode: 0035629054424
script: Latin

Cover Art

Clint Black Put Yourself in My Shoes cover art


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His skin is dry and worn as the Texas plains
He's headed where the air is thinand the cold blue northers blow
Up throw the raton pass but he'll have to beat the early snow.

The winter of '64 was a great many years ago
When a young man went away for the rebel cause
And he was branded by the war and the only life he'd know
Was lookin' over his shoulder saddle bound and layin' low.

Now there's a man on the Goodnight-Loving
Like too many other men out on the trail
Who found the hard way when the pushing comes to shoving
He'd go six feet under before he'd go to jail.

Now there's a place just north of here where they say the outlaws go


Track Listing

CD 1
  • 1 Put Yourself in My Shoes
  • 2 The Gulf of Mexico
  • 3 One More Payment
  • 4 Where Are You Now
  • 5 The Old Man
  • 6 This Nightlife
  • 7 Loving Blind
  • 8 Muddy Water
  • 9 A Heart Like Mine
  • 10 The Goodnight-Loving