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Everything I'll Ever Own lyrics and chords are intended for your
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Everything I'll Ever Own Recorded by Reba McEntire Written by Bob Morrison and Johnny McRae
C G7 Funny you can hold it in your hand F G7 And never know cause you're afraid to play C G7 And you can feel your dreams softly slipping through your fingers F G7 Till they're so far away
F G7 C Sittin' there surrounded by your many life's possessions F G7 C Feelin' so much more than all the load F G7 C You realized you've learned one more of living's many lessons Dm F G7 Love's worth more than all you'll ever own
F G7 C What I'd give if you was here beside me F G7 C We could spend forever here alone F G7 Oh what I'd give what would I give Am F G7 C Just that mo-ment just everything I'll ever own
G7 Funny when I really had it all F G7 I never knew cause I just couldn't see C G7 F The wealth I hoped to find couldn't even hold a candle G7 To the love you gave to me
F G7 I've taken love for granted C And I've taken love for pleasure F G7 C Never taking time to understand F G7 C Now I know that lovin' you has been my greatest treasure Dm G7 And I let it slip right through my hands
F G7 C Ooh what I'd give if you were here beside me F G7 C We could spend forever here alone F G7 Oh what I'd give what would I give Am F G7 Am F Oh just that mo-ment just everything I'll ever own G7 C F Fm C Oh just everything I'll ever own
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