Naleigh Moon

Album: Georgia Clay (2011)
  • I know the kind of guy I am.
    A bit too much to myself,
    Not much left for someone else.
    I'm sure I caused my share of pain.
    But all that changed when you first touched my face.

    Halfway around my little world,
    You had no idea that you were my girl.
    And you found my arms not a moment too soon.
    I couldn't see past me, till I saw you.
    My sweet Naleigh Moon.

    I love the man you're making me.
    Everyday I wanna prove there's nothing I won't do for you.
    Just to see you in your mama's arms
    Is more than enough to bring me to my knees.

    Halfway around my little world,
    You had no idea that you were my girl.
    And you found my arms not a moment too soon.
    I couldn't see past me, till I saw you.
    My sweet Naleigh Moon.

    I can't imagine life without my Naleigh Moon

    Halfway around my little world,
    You had no idea that you were my girl.
    And you found my arms not a moment too soon.
    I couldn't see past me, till I saw you,
    I couldn't see past me, till I saw you
    Naleigh Moon

    My sweet Naleigh Moon Writer/s: CLINTON WAYNE LAGERBERG, JOSH KELLEY
    Publisher: THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY
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