Ricky Van Shelton – Keep It Between The Lines Lyrics. View Ricky Van Shelton song lyrics by popularity along with songs featured in, albums, videos and song meanings. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. In the words of my daddy from so long ago Log in to add a tag. But inside I knew he was as nervous as me Watch the video for Keep It Between The Lines from Ricky Van Shelton's Greatest Hits Plus for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. starts and ends within the same node. And I said, "Father, oh Father I feel so alone The chorus is a bit different. "Keep It Between the Lines" is a song written by Russell Smith and Kathy Louvin, and recorded by American country music singer Ricky Van Shelton.It was released in July 1991 as the second single from his CD Backroads, and was the tenth and final Number One single of his career. He was sitting beside me in the passenger seat Follow @genius on Twitter for updates He was sitting beside me in the passenger seat As I looked through the windshield at the quiet little street He was smiling so proud as he gave me the key But inside I knew he was as nervous as me Make sure your selection About Keep It Between the Lines "Keep It Between the Lines" is a song written by Russell Smith and Kathy Louvin, and recorded by American country music singer Ricky Van Shelton. We have 0 albums and 41 song lyrics in our database. Lyr1cs.com Ricky Van Shelton Lyrics Ricky Van Shelton was one of country music's biggest male stars during the late '80s and early '90s, prior to the emergence of crossover sensations like Garth Brooks. So we finished the picture and I put him to bed He said, "I'm right here beside you and you're gonna do fine He was sitting beside me in the passenger seat As I looked through the windshield at the quiet little street He was smiling so proud as he gave me the key But inside I knew he was as nervous as me ... More Ricky Van Shelton lyrics Believe in the things that are real He said, "Daddy, oh daddy, would you do one with me" Original songwriter : Kathy Louvin, Russell Smith License courtesy of : Universal Music Publishing UK This title is a cover version of Keep It Between the Lines as made famous by Ricky Van Shelton And take your time and keep it between the lines Shelton's smooth baritone croon made him especially popular as a country-pop ballad stylist, but elsewhere he incorporated elements of rock, gospel, and classic honky tonk. He was sitting beside me In the passenger seat As I looked through the windshield At the quiet little street He was smiling so proud As he gave me the key But inside, I knew He was as nervous as me I said, "Daddy, oh daddy Are you sure I know how Are you sure that I'm ready To drive this car now" He said, "I'm right here beside you And you're gonna do fine All you gotta do Is keep it between the lines … Learn to play guitar by chord / tabs using chord diagrams, transpose the key, watch video lessons and much more. as made famous by Ricky Van Shelton. Then the answer came back so gentle and low //]]>, Sorry, we have to make sure you're a human before we can show you this page. 'Cause it's a long narrow road, only the Good Lord knows Listen to Keep It Between The Lines by Ricky Van Shelton, 35,426 Shazams, featuring on Dolly Parton Essentials, and Country Ballads Essentials Apple Music playlists. This is a simplified acoustic version and my first post. He was smiling so proud as he gave me the key Ricky Van Shelton was one of country music's biggest male stars during the late '80s and early '90s, prior to the emergence of crossover sensations like Garth Brooks. Cause it's a long narrow road. Then I hugged him so tightly as we turned the page !function(t,e,r){var n,s=t.getElementsByTagName(e)[0],i=/^http:/.test(t.location)? Where it leads in the end but you got to begin Ricky Van Shelton Lyrics. It was released in July 1991 as the second single from his CD Backroads, and was the tenth and final Number One single of his career. Follow the tab for when to play the chords in the chorus and improvise in between. As I looked through the windshield at the quiet little street Said, "I haven't done this, since I was your age" Got down on my knees and I bowed my head All you gotta do is keep it between the lines" He was sitting beside me in the passenger seat. "Keep It Between The Lines". All you gotta do is keep it between the lines?" //