Four Walls

Hello, Kids.

I love the lyric in this song by Randy Travis, “… four walls, three words, two hearts, one love.”

Three Words –
I Love You!
Dad

Check it out, Four Walls:

Four Walls

My Grandpa farmed for a living,
Content to live the simpler kind of life.
My Grandma worked in the kitchen,
Awfully proud to be that farmer’s wife.
They used to say that they’ve gotten everything that they need,
Each morning they wake up,
Four walls, three words, two hearts, one love.

Here I am, ring on my finger,
Grandpa’s little grandson, all grown up.
I found my rock and I plan to keep her.
I wish they were here to see the two of us.
They’d be proud to know we’ve gotten everything that we need,
Each morning we wake up,
Four walls, three words, two hearts, one love.

With the highway twice as wide,
And the farmland sub-divided.
It’s good to know that some things never change.
I’m still loving, I’m still living,
By those simple words of wisdom:
Life and love come down to just four things.

My Grandpa, Lord knows, I miss him,
And the way that he and Grandma looked at life.
And each day, I count my blessings,
To have that kind of love here by my side.
No matter what, we know we’ve gotten everything that we need,
Each morning we wake up,
Four walls, three words, two hearts, one love.

Yeah, we’ve gotten everything that we need,
Between the two of us,
Four walls, three words, two hearts, one love.

Songwriters: David Vincent Williams / Donald Edmond Rollins / Harry Edward Stinson
lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC