Ray Wylie Hubbard – Love Never Dies Lyrics

[Verse 1]
She is Mother Maybelle Carter’s “Wildwood Flower”
She walks like a spirit upon the earth
Lost once without a trace
Now she’s grateful for the grace
She stands and delivers what she’s worth

[Verse 2]
She calls me her handsome high-plains drifter
She tells me I got an old soul behind my eyes
Like a fire in a thunderstorm
She’s a spark [providing warmth?]
And I’ll believe her when she tells me love never dies

[Chorus]
She says it’s true: true love lasts forever
And when there’s no more white ponies left to ride
And the earth falls away
And what’s matter fades to gray
True love is just as strong on the other side

[Verse 3]
She [?] in broken English

She tells me of a land where no one cries
Where [we’re risen?] from the dust
To a place where there is no rust
And I know, for heaven’s sake, love never dies

[Chorus]
She says it’s true: true love lasts forever
And when there’s no more white ponies left to ride
And the earth falls away
And what’s matter fades to gray
True love is just as strong on the other side
She says it’s true: true love lasts forever
And when there’s no more white ponies left to ride
And the earth falls away
And what’s matter fades to gray
True love is just as strong on the other side
True love is just as strong on the other side
True love is just as strong on the other side