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"Travelin' Shoes" is a Sawyer Brown song written by Gregg Hubbard and Mark Miller. It was first released on their 1992 Cafe on the Corner album.

Cafe on the Corner
True Believer

LyricsEdit

Mama always reminds me that we're only passin' through
The treasures of this world are not for us to hold on to
She says the way we're headed
Will take us where we're bound
And we cannot lay our journey down

Chorus
Because all God's children need travelin' shoes
To walk the road that's narrow but it's true
We can't stop here we're just passin' through
That's why all God's children need travelin' shoes

My bags are packed and waiting and I'm headed for the door
The train is at the station, got my ticket and I'll board
The brakeman swings his lantern
Lit with never ending love
And mama I can't thank you near enough

Chorus (x2)

We can't stop here we're just passin' through
That's why all God's children need travelin' shoes

AlbumsEdit

"Travelin' Shoes" appears on two Sawyer Brown albums:

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