She's Everything

Album: Time Well Wasted (2005)
Charted: 35
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  • She's a yellow pair of running shoes
    A holey pair of jeans
    She looks great in cheap sunglasses
    She looks great in anything

    She's, "I want a piece of chocolate"
    "Take me to a movie"
    She's "I can't find a thing to wear"
    Now and then she's moody

    She's a Saturn with a sunroof
    With her brown hair a-blowing
    She's a soft place to land
    And a good feeling knowing

    She's a warm conversation
    That I wouldn't miss for nothing
    She's a fighter when she's mad
    And she's a lover when she's loving

    And she's everything I ever wanted
    And everything I need
    I talk about her, I go on and on and on
    'Cause she's everything to me

    She's a Saturday out on the town
    And a church girl on Sunday
    She's a cross around her neck
    And a cuss word 'cause it's Monday

    She's a bubble bath and candles
    Baby come and kiss me
    She's a one glass of wine
    And she's feeling kinda tipsy

    She's the giver I wish I could be
    And the stealer of the covers
    She's a picture in my wallet
    Of my unborn children's mother

    She's the hand that I'm holding
    When I'm on my knees and praying
    She's the answer to my prayer
    And she's the song that I'm playing


    She's the voice I love to hear
    Someday when I'm ninety
    She's that wooden rocking chair
    I want rocking right beside me

    Every day that passes
    I only love her more
    Yeah, she's the one
    That I'd lay down my own life for

    And she's everything I ever wanted
    And everything I need
    She's everything to me
    Yeah, she's everything to me

    Everything I ever wanted
    And everything I need
    She's everything to me


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