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WALK ME TO THE DOOR (Conway Twitty) Ray Price - 1964 Conway Twitty - 1967 Lynn Anderson - 1974 The Offenders - 1995 Walk me to the door and hold me close just one more time Kiss me just once more, the way you did when you were mine The longest walk I'll ever take will be across that floor That's why I'm asking one last favour, walk me to the door I love another, won't you let me be These are the words that you said to me How can I go through life without you, like it was before When I can't even make it to the door Walk me to the door and hold me close just one more time Kiss me just once more, the way you did when you were mine The longest walk I'll ever take will be across that floor That's why I'm asking one last favour, walk me to the door (Instrumental Break) I promise I won't try to make amends I know I don't deserve you back again My trembling lips are begging now, they never did before Just one last favour, walk me to the door Walk me to the door and hold me close just one more time Kiss me just once more, the way you did when you were mine The longest walk I'll ever take will be across that floor That's why I'm asking one last favour, walk me to the door (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - October 2010)

    


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