I Just Came Home to Count the Memories
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I Just Came Home To Count The Memories Recorded by Cal Smith Written by Glenn Ray
C I saw roses choking in the grass F C Flaking paint and a broken window pane Am A mailbox barely standing by the driveway G7 I can almost see the name F A swing set and forgotten toys where C Little girls and boys played happy games G7 Everything I ever cared about is gone now C But the memory still remains The old man from the house across the street asked F C How's it going and I said fine Am The expression on his face would make me think G7 He could almost read my mind F That Johnson boy from down the road was asking C If the kids could come and play G7 Lord I wish I could have told him yes but I C Just said I guess son not today C7 F I just came home to count the memories G7 C That I've been counting in my mind F I just came home to count the memories G7 C From a better day and time Birds that sang their pretty songs F C Aren't singing like they did when we were here Am Cause there's no happiness in music if somebody G7 Isn't close enough to care F I picked a ragged daisy from it's home C Out in the corner of the yard G7 She loves me she loves me not now I don't C Have to wonder anymore Repeat # 5 G7 C Tag: I guess it's time to say goodbye
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