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Everything I See
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Everything I See Recorded by George Strait Written by Bubba Strait, Dean Dillon, George Strait and Keith Gattis
G Drove down to the old place a couple a days ago C Where I grew up riding next to you learning everything I know G I noticed just how green things were when I pulled through the gate C Like the greener pastures up there where we'll meet again someday Em D7 C Wish I'd have thought to slip a phone in the pocket of your suit Em D7 C When the good Lord called you home on that sunny day in June
G C Then I could send a picture of all the things you touched G D7 To think a man who led such a simple life could leave behind so much Em A7 It's just a lot of little things but they mean the world to me Am G C Everywhere I look there's one more memory Am D7 G There's a little bit of you in everything I see
Seems to rain now all the time hadn't seen this much in years C Didn't take you long to send back home some answers to our prayers G A lot of things are different now but so much is still the same C And I accidentally dial your number almost every day Em D7 C Wish I'd have thought to slip a phone in the pocket of your suit Em D7 C When the good Lord called you home on that sunny day in June
Em D7 If somehow you could find that cloud with my stuff locked away C D7 Dust it off and you could see the things I send you everyday G C Yeah I could send a picture of your great-grandson growing up G D7 Tell you one more time I love you and that I miss you so much Em A7 Sometimes it's the little things that really get to me Am G C Everywhere I look there's one more memory Am D7 G There's a little bit of you in everything I see
Am G C Everywhere I look there's one more memory Am D7 G There's a little bit of you in everything I see
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