Ray Price - I'll Be There (If You Ever Want Me) Lyrics




There ain't no chains strong enough to hold me
Ain't no breeze big enough to slow me
I'll never have seen a river that's too wide
There ain't no jail tight enough to lock me
Ain't no man big enough to stop me
I'll be there if you ever want me by your side

Love me, if you're ever gonna love me
I never have seen a road too ruff to ride
There ain't no chains strong enough to hold me
Ain't no breeze big enough to slow me
I'll be there if you ever want me by your side

There ain't no ropes tight enough to bind me
Look for me, honey, you will find me
Any old time you're ready with your charm
I'll be there ready and a waitin'
There won't be any hesitation
I'll be right here if you ever want me in your arms

Love me, if you're ever gonna love me
I never have seen a road too ruff to ride
There ain't no chains strong enough to hold me
Ain't no breeze big enough to slow me
I'll be there if you ever want me by your side





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  1. John Jonathan

    Here from Bob Dylan's favorite

  2. Ray Oneal

    I can't believe Ray wrote this song it sounds like a Hank Williams if ever I heard one! Made me look at Ray with a new perspective!

  3. melissa ann

    R.I.P. Our 41 President George Bush ....

  4. marc orleans

    Who are the 11 people who gave this thumbs down...

    Names, I want names!

  5. Tomeen McDonagh

    Great music and singer! Love it 👍💛☺

  6. Zechariah Bassenheim

    I love Uncle Ray, I wish I would have spent more time with him on his farm over by Mt Pleasant before he passed. This is one of my faves of his.

  7. Ira Gitlin

    This song is so interesting satisfying musically that it was several years before I realized that it has only two chords.

  8. KjunHoosier

    Great song! What a voice! Nashville, please save the classic country sound!

  9. Eric Lewis

    country to the core

  10. BrickPa

    It's almost hard to believe that this is the same man that performed "Night Life" and led the charge to "Countrypolitan" and back again.  It only proves he was a superlative artist. 

  11. rulead legs

    Thanks for sharing these great songs....

  12. John Wise

    Thats Don Helms on the Steel Guitar. Know that sound anywhere.

    chuck acker

    ray did use the drifting cowboys for awhile

  13. joe blow

    I still can't figure out why this song did not make #1. It was like Hank Williams had been reincarnated.

    Jessie Arabie

    It was number 2, you have to remember he was still competing with singers like Lefty Frizzell, Webb Pierce, and even some of Hank’s songs that came out after he died.

    Wayne Oneal

    I read he hated that this song compared him to hank williams do he spent a yr or so working on his vocals and delivery which the end result was the RAY PRICE that put out hit after hit

  14. MrJimc2

    Sounds like Johnny Sibert on steel.

    Connor M. Music & more

    It's Don Helms.

    28 December 1953 [20:00-23:30] Castle Studio at The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville, TN - Ray Price (Ray Price [vcl], Grady Martin [gt], Rusty Gabbard [gt], Samuel Pruett [gt], Don Helms [steel], Bob Moore [bass], Farris Coursey [drums], Jerry Rivers [fiddle]. Producer: Don Law)

  15. john sosman

    Such a wonderful song, thanks.

  16. Eric Lewis

    I love the Cherokee Cowboy!

  17. bonnieblu313

    love this song,,is ray still singing?,,he is pure country,,

  18. Johnnyfan1982

    Love Ray Price. He is one of the last Hank Sr. generation legends. Check out my version of this classic and let me know what you think.
    Take Care And God Bless
    Wade