C.w. MccallThe Little Things In Life

(Bill Fries, Chip Davis) How long has it been Since you got up on the early side a' mornin'? And saw the sun a-risin' Bright an' shiny on the eastern side a' day? And long will it be 'Til you listen to the sound of evenin' thunder? And go runnin' through the raindrops And stop to smell the flowers on the way How long has it been Since you heard the leaves a-rustlin' in November? And felt the autumn wind Blowin' soft across a sky of sil'vry gray? And how long will it be 'Til you walk along the riverside together? And take the time to skip a stone And stop to watch the ripples fade away But we're so busy tryin' to make it Workin' mornin', noon and night That we never see the sunlight And anytime we started lookin' For the little things in life that make it livin' How long has it been Since you held your woman in your arms and kissed her? And told her that you'd love her 'Til the day that heaven takes you both away? And how long will it be 'Til you wake up late at night and turn to whisper, "Hon, I promise you tomorrow ain't a-gonna be just another day." But we're so busy tryin' to make it Workin' mornin', noon and night That we never feel the lovelight And anytime we started hearin' All them quiet words that come from up above We're so busy tryin' to fight it Drivin' hard to beat the stoplight That we never see the starlight And anytime we started lookin' For the little things in life that make it love Yeah, the little things in life that make it livin' Are the little things in life that make it love
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