Thank You

Album: That Girl (2014)
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  • Have I ever told you how much it meant
    For all your kindness,
    I am blessed, and I thought you should know
    How much you've helped me grow and

    I want to thank you.
    I want to tell you this,
    That you've made me the happiest.
    Thank you.

    Have I ever shown you all my heart.
    For all I owe you, where would I start?
    A lifetime to count the ways wouldn't be enough to say
    I thought that you should know
    How much you've helped me grow.

    And I want to thank you.
    I want to tell you this,
    For all of your selflessness.
    Thank you.

    I want to say I love you,
    And if we never meet again,
    You should know you have changed my life,
    Just by being a friend, oh.

    Could I ever repay you for all you've done?
    Out of all my blessings, you're the greatest one.
    And I thought that you should know
    How much you've helped me grow.

    And I want to thank you.
    I want to tell you this,
    That you've made me the happiest.
    Thank you.
    Thank you.
    Thank you. Writer/s: Jennifer Nettles, Phillip Sweet
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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