Marshall Tucker Band, The - Life In A Song Lyrics




What makes two people together from the start
In love with the life of their own
Choose to live their lives in the
Songs that they sing and always bein’ alone
Livin’ their life in a song
Think of a woman, a woman so strong
She leaves her man free to roam
With sweet understanding she lives with his ways
Livin’ her life in a song
Livin’ her life in a song
Think of a woman left lonely
Think of a woman so strong
With love as her guide she stands by my side
Livin’ her life in a song
Livin’ her life in a song
Well, I’m writin’ this song
For the girl that I met on a
Misty morning somewhere by the sea
I’m tellin’ you true her love brought me through
Her love’s the thing that set me free
Her love’s the thing that set me free
Think of a woman left lonely
Think of a woman so strong
With love as her guide she stands by my side
Livin’ her life in a song
Livin’ her life in a song





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Marshall Tucker Band, The Life In A Song Comments
  1. FC-2 Macdonald

    This Band is full of memories for me. I
    was & am a Very BIG Fan. I will Not tell You that I was 26 years
    Young in 1977. You Do the math as to what my age is on the day you
    read this. These Guys made a LOT of GREAT/ FANTASTIC Music, Enjoy on
    My Peeps!1

  2. Michael Gawith

    I have this on 8 track Cassette & Cd

  3. Philip Dennis

    Toy Caldwell played lead with his thumb

    JustAintThatWay

    I upToyed your comment.

  4. Stephen Barham

    Best band ever!

  5. Guy Sharwood

    This is my favorite cut from that album.

  6. fishinsolitude

    Carolina Dreams is a Marshall Tucker masterpiece that I've enjoyed playing it since 1977.

  7. Cindy Lee

    This whole album is incredible!!!!

    ogrebattle22763

    Yes Ma'am it most certainly is incredible....

    Cindy Lee

    @ogrebattle22763 Well are you not handsome!

    Le'Vin Moser

    Cindy Lee especially this ole cowboy

    peekee186

    yes it is cindy...I loved "heard it in a love song" so I bought the cassette...and u kno how if u buy an album for just one or two songs, sometimes the rest of it is just so-so...well after listening to it a few times, this one isn't that way! I like the whole thing...very few albums are that way...these guys were great

  8. Joe Flip

    thanks for posting

  9. bargainbassist

    This song just KILLS. And it was written by Doug Gray and Jerry Eubanks. Toy's guitar leads are nothing short of inspired, like all other things about the song.

  10. Frankincensed

    Caldwell a truly exceptional talent that never got the recognition he deserved. RIP, bother.

    JustAintThatWay

    Recognition doesn't mean respect - and love, Rip Toy,

  11. almatric

    Carolina Dreams is one of my favorite albums of the 70s. Thanks so much for uploading. I've never managed to pick up a copy on CD, and I haven't had a cassette player in a decade. Or a record player, for that matter. :)