January, 2006

No Other Baby

I don't want no other baby but you
I don't want no other baby but you
No other baby thrills me like you do

I got a little woman 
She lives across the hall
Yea I got a little woman
She lives across the hall
Most every evening
She's asking me to call

I don't want no other baby but you
I don't want no other baby but you
No other baby thrills me like you do

Well lots of other women say 
Be my daddy too
Well lots of other women say 
Be my daddy too
I tell them I don't want no 
Other baby but you

Nooo
I don't want no other baby but you
I don't want no other baby but you
No other baby 
Thrills me like you do

Ohh oh
I don't want no other baby but you
Ohh oh
I don't want no other baby but you
Ahh 'cause no other baby 
Thrills me like you do

Yeaah
I don't no
I don't want no other baby but you
I don't want no other baby but you
'Cause no other baby 
Thrills me like you do

I don't want no other baby but you
Ohh oh
I don't no
I don't want no other baby but you
Yeahh
'Cause no other baby 
Can thrill me like you do

Written by: D. Bishop and B. Watson

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You Don't Love me Anymore (The Train Song)

Nobody knows the way I feel
There was a day your love was real
That sparkle in your eye has gone
Although you're here I feel alone
Where was it where my love fell through
What changed your happiness so blue
And you don't love me anymore

I sent a letter off today
Words I forced myself to say
Written words that said goodbye
I'm sorry if I made you cry
But happiness is in your way
With someone else another day
And you don't love me anymore

The sky is grey with dark despair
The wind is blowing through my hair
I may be walkin' in the rain
My senses just don't seem the same
What made this change take place this way
There was no reason here to stay without you

Strange things runnin' through my mind
What happened to that lapse of time
The haziness makes hard to see
A dream I thought could really be
I never thought that day would come
But night had only just begun
And you don't love me anymore

The sky is grey with dark despair
The wind is blowing through my hair
I may be walkin' in the rain
My senses just don't seem the same
One touch of you would comfort me
While in this this dream I'll never see
I'm walkin' down the railroad track
A danger lies behind my back

You don't love me anymore
You don't love me anymore

Written by: M. James

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It's Sad to Belong

Met you on a springtime day
You were mindin' your life 
And I was mindin' mine too
Lady when you looked my way
I had a strange sensation 
And darlin' that's when I knew

That it's sad to belong to someone else 
When the right one comes along
Yes it's sad to belong to someone else 
When the right one comes along

Oh I wake up in the night 
And I reach beside me hopin' you will be there 
But instead I find someone 
Who believed in me when I said I'd always care

Oh it's sad to belong to someone else 
When the right one comes along
Yes it's sad to belong to someone else 
When the right one comes along

So I lived my life in a dream world 
For the rest of my days 
Just you and me walkin' hand in hand 
In a wishful memory 
Oh I guess that's all that it would ever be

Wish I had a time machine I could 
Make myself go back until the day I was born
And I would live my life again 
And rearrange it so that I'd be yours from now on

Oh it's sad to belong to someone else 
When the right one comes along 
Yes it's sad to belong to someone else 
When the right one comes along

Oh it's sad to belong to someone else 
When the right one comes along 
Yes it's sad to belong to someone else 
When the right one comes along

Oh it's sad
Oh it's sad
Oh it's sad
Oh it's sad

Written by: Randy Goodrum

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February, 2006

Hand Of The Man

Would I have had the courage 
To stand up and call Him my friend
Or would I have denied
That I'd ever known someone like Him
Would I have been kneeling in the shadows
And throwing the dice
Or would I have been holding
The hand of the man when He died

Would I have believed 
He made that dead man walk around
Or would I have laughed 
At the loaves and the fishes He found
Would I have believed 
That His hands could calm Galilee
Or would I have driven the first nail 
through His hand to the tree

Would I have been one 
Of those chosen as a fisher of men
Or would I have held silver in my hand
for selling a friend
As He climbed the last mile of that hill
Would I have stoned Him or cried
Would I have been holding 
The hand of the man when He died

Would I have had the courage 
To stand up and call Him my friend
Or would I have denied 
That I'd ever known someone like Him
Would I have been kneeling in the shadows 
And throwing the dice
Or would I have been holding 
The hand of the man when He died

Oh I hope I'll be holding 
The hand of the man when I die

Written by: Ed Bruce and Ron Peterson

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City Sunday Morning Day

City on a Sunday morning
Everybody's gone away
Seems to me I like it best that way
Standing on an empty corner
Caught up in a very funny mood today

Footsteps on the sidewalk
Echo on the avenue
6 AM the sun is peeking through
Lazy alley cat is sleeping
Whiling the time away
There's something about a city
Sunday morning day

Traffic jams
Garbage cans
Pushcart vendors
Big time spenders
All have gone away
That's why I love Sunday

The streets are all rolled up empty
I'm strolling down old Broadway
Sure looks like a peaceful town today
A hobo tips his hat good morning
And I tossed him a dime
On a city morning feeling fine

Traffic jams
Garbage cans
Pushcart vendors
Big time spenders
All have gone away
That's why I love Sunday

City on a Sunday morning
Everybody's gone away
Seems to me I like it best that way
Standing on an empty corner
Caught up in a very funny mood today

There's something about a city 
Sunday morning day
There's something about a city 
Sunday morning day

Written by Richie Supa

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Lovin' Proof

I don't need convincing
'Cause there ain't no doubt
The evidence is too strong to deny
'Cause everytime I hold you
A smile comes over me
This old heart just can't wait to testify

Oh you are lovin' proof
All my dreams are coming true
And that's the gospel truth
'Cause of everything you do
Stands for lovin' proof
For all the world to see
This happy in my heart
Is lovin' proof to me

Uhh Huhhh
Some folks call me magic
A crazy mystery
All I know is how you make me feel
The smile that I've been wearing
Is witness to the fact
You're too good to be anything but real

Oh you are lovin' proof
All my dreams are coming true
And that's the gospel truth
'Cause of everything you do
Stands for lovin' proof
For all the world to see
This happy in my heart
Is lovin' proof to me

Uhh huh huhh
Uhh huh huhh
Oh you are lovin' proof
All my dreams are coming true
And that's the gospel truth
'Cause of everything you do
Stands for lovin' proof
For all the world to see
This happy in my heart
Is lovin' proof to me

Uh huh huhhh
Ooooo ooooo

Written by: K. Vassy and J. Wilde

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March, 2006

The Worst That Could Happen

Girl
I heard you're getting married 
Heard you're getting married
This time you're really sure 
And this is the end
They say you really mean it 
This guy's the one that makes you feel 
So safe so sane and so secure 
And baby 
If he loves you more than me 
Maybe it's the best thing 
Maybe it's the best thing 
For you 
But it's the worst that could happen 
To me 

I'll never get married 
Never get married
You know that's not my scene 
But a girl like you 
Needs to be married 
I've known all along you couldn't 
Live forever in between 
And baby
If he loves you more than me 
Maybe it's the best thing 
Just maybe it's the best thing 
For you 
But it's the worst that could happen 
To me 

Ohh girl
I don't really blame you 
For having a dream 
Of your own 
Hey girl
I don't really blame you 
A woman like you needs a house and a home
baby 
If he really loves you more than me 
Maybe it's the best thing 
Maybe it's the best thing 
For you 
But it's the worst that could happen
To me

Ohh Ohh girl
It's the worst thing that could ever ever happen
To me 
Ohh 
And they say you really mean it this time

Written by: Jim Webb

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I'm So Glad I'm Standing Here Today

There were times 
I remember 
I had to fight
Just to hold my head up
Those times when even my friends
Tried to make a fool of me
There were things that my heart looked at
That they just couldn't see

Some said I was hopeless
A mind tangled in the night
But strong hearts just keep goin'
That is why I'm still standing here today

Come together
Raise up your voices
This time my song of love and life won't go away
I'll sing forever 
Here in the sunshine
I've lived to see the sun break through the dawn
And I'm so glad to be standing here today

If you're lost
In your troubles
And the world just seems to just forget you
If you remember sunshine 
Even on your darkest day
Just follow what your heart says
And you'll find your way

Some said I was hopeless
A mind tangled in the night
Ohh but strong hearts just keep goin'
That is why I'm still standing here today

Come together
Raise up your voices
This time my song of love and life won't go away
I'll sing forever 
Here in the sunshine
I've lived to see the sun break through the dawn
And I'm so glad to be standing here today

Ohhh ohhh
Come together
Raise up your voices
This time my song of love and life won't go away
I'll sing forever 
Here in the sunshine
I've lived to see the sun break through the storm
And I'm so glad to be standing here today

I've lived to see the sun break through the storm
And I'm so glad to be standing here today

Written by: Joe Sample and Will Jennings

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Conversation

Conversation
Is gettin' so hard to make
I try to communicate
But I can't get through

We are strangers
But I remember when
You used to be my friend
And my lover too

And I don't really know how it happened
And I don't really know what to say
I just wonder how we ever got this way

Conversation
That's what it's all about
Why can't we talk it out
And say what's on our minds

Situations
Keep gettin' in the way
So much we need to say
But we're runnin' out of time

And I don't really know how it happened
I have tried
But I don't understand
How we ever let it get so out of hand

When it's gone 
It's gone forever
When it's gone
It's gone for good

Conversation
Things that we've done and said
Keep runnin' through my head
Like a sad echo
No

Desperation
It's gettin' the best of me
I can't make you see
And I can't let go
No

And I don't really know how it happened
And I don't really know what to say
But I can't bring myself
To throw it all away

Written by: Buddy Buie and J.R. Cobb

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April, 2006

I Won't Be Following You

Darlin'
You can go anywhere
You can leave me behind
Any time that you find someone
To take you there

You can run to the edge of town
But you won't have to keep lookin' around
Because I won't be following you
No I won't
I won't follow you

This time
I'm not the same man
Who'd be hot on your tracks
Tryin' to drag you back
Tryin' to change your plans

You can go where you gotta go
But if you're goin' wrong
I don't wanna know
Because I won't be following you
No I won't
I won't follow you

The minute you leave
I go to the window
And hold you in my sight
Till you're hidden by the night
Where do you go?

Someday 
You're gonna look for me
And remember the days
And the too many ways
That I let you be
That's the time that you'll understand
But when you look for me
And reach for my hand
I won't be following you
No I won't be following you

Written by: Dennis Loccoriere

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Sacred Harmony

It's not a wall 
That's holding me here
It's not a prison 
And it hasn't been no crime
I will say it is the pain 
In the faces of them all

It's not the grave 
Standing over me
It's not the study 
Of the years and the years gone by
Not the efforts of a flight 
Bent hard against the ground

Sacred harmony
Blessed mystery
Won't you sing it
Sing it in church for me

In the distance 
A woman and a violin
A child a home 
On a raging river bend
Oh what questions 
What mighty trials you can devise
To turn my eyes

In the gray 
And the haunted winter ground
Lives a singer 
Who has never made a sound
But a heart was just heard 
Beating loud beneath the snow
And it wants to know

Sacred harmony
Blessed mystery
Won't you sing it
Sing it in church for me

Written by Randall Bramblett

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Too Many Irons

Johnny he's walking the streets
He might even have to run
He got himself in trouble with the I.O.U.
And he don't even own a gun
Janie she's wantin' to make it 
And carry herself with style
She's got one man who knows how to do it
But the other one's driving her wild
Ooh baby you treat me so good
But your money's my main desire
Yea yea yea you got
Too many irons
Too many irons
Too many irons 
In the fire

Rosie she drove to the harbor
Oh why did I get so strung she said
Runnin' myself down from 8 to 5 
Then runnin' it up to 1
Rosie Rosie how you do it
Is it true that you were never tired
Um hum um or was it
Too many irons
Too many irons
Too many irons 
In the fire

People are on the highway
Ridin' the Greyhound too
You know they pay a little money
Just to fly away
I guess to see if the sky is blue
Mama Mama what do I do
Thought your baby could soon retire
Oh no no she said
Too many irons
Too many irons
Too many irons 
In the fire

Too many irons
Too many irons
Too many irons 
In the fire

Written by Randall Bramblett

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May, 2006

Gone

Since you've gone
The moon the sun
The stars in the sky
Know the reason 
Why I cry
Love divine
That once was mine
Now you've gone

Since you've gone
My heart my lips
My tear dimmed eyes
A lonely soul within me cries
I acted smart
I broke your heart
And now you've gone

Ohh oohh ohh ohh
What I'd give
For the lifetime I've wasted
The love that I've tasted
I was wrong
Now you've gone

Love divine
That once was mine
But now you've gone

Written by: S. Rogers

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I Need You So

I need you so
To keep me happy
And if I can't have you
I know I can't go on

I need your arms
Around me tightly
You know I miss you nightly
When you're not at home

When day is done
I need you so
I lie awake
To hear your knock on my door

When you leave me
I try not to worry
So just come back in a hurry
'Cause I need you so

Written by: I. Hunter

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I Just Sing

I just sing
I take the talent God so freely gave
And marry it to music everyday
'Cause music is my thing

And I just sing
I walk the only avenue I know
And let the natural love within my heart flow
And I just sing

Singing is my merry-go-round
My carnival of feelings
That won't let me down
Touch a dream
Taste a memory
Live a song
I'd be more than pleased 
For you to come and sing along

I just sing
Try to to make my fantasies come true
Here's wishing I could do the same for you
'Cause I just sing

Ohhh ohh
Singing is my merry-go-round
My carnival of feelings
That won't let me down
Touch a dream
Taste a memory
Live a song
I'd be more than pleased 
For you to come and sing along

I just sing
And try to make my fantasies come true
Here's wishing I could do the same for you
'Cause I just sing
Ohhh I don't do miracles
I wish I could
I just sing

Ohhh ohhh ohhh
I just sing

Written by: Gloria Thomas and R. Lane

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June, 2006

Rock And Roll You're Beautiful

If you like the songs they used to play
Then maybe you would like the way
My Mom and Daddy danced together
Close enough to find out whether
Furthermore they should pursue
The kinds of things that lovers do
A kiss upon the cheek was charming
But on the lips was quite alarming

Rock and roll 
You're young and you're beautiful
And I'm sure you'd understand
Rock and roll 
You're fun but it's beautiful
Dancing hand in hand

Pretty lady may I take you home
Tomorrow may I telephone
Was once upon a time quite normal
Now it's rather more informal
Sending flowers used to be the way
When lost for words a rose would say
I love and I really miss you
And how I'd really like to kiss you

Rock and roll 
You're young and you're beautiful
And I'm sure you'd understand
Rock and roll 
You're fun but it's beautiful
Dancing hand in hand

Rock and roll 
You're young and you're beautiful
And I'm sure you'd understand
Rock and roll 
You're fun but it's beautiful
Dancing hand in hand

Written by: M. Redway

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Walking Back

Tonights the night
I swore I'd return with ecstasy
With fortune and fame
'Cuz I'd made myself a name
And they'd be so proud of me
Tonight they're waiting at the airport
I'm not on the plane

'Cuz I'm walking back
Empty hearted
To the place
Where it all started
Never been so long alone
I wanna go home

Could it be
My baby still has faith in me
Could it be true
After all she's been through
She's still waiting for me
For since I've gone I haven't heard
One encouraging word

'Cuz I'm walking back
Empty hearted
To the place
Where it all started
Never been so long alone
I wanna go home

Ohhh I've never been so long alone
I wanna go home

No I never never been so long alone
I wanna go home

No I never never been so long alone

Written by: Mark Charron

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Hello Love

My life was cold 
Then you came and warmed my soul
I need you everyday to stop my loneliness

In you I see 
Everything that's good for me
Goodbye misery
Hello love

I ain't believing 
This wonderful feeling
That I'm receiving 
When I touch your hand

And now I see 
What a happy thing can be
Goodbye misery
Hello love

I ain't believing 
This wonderful feeling
That I'm receiving 
When I touch your hand

Oh now I see 
What a happy thing can be
Goodbye misery
Hello love

Goodbye misery
Hello love

Goodbye misery
Hello love

Written by: Willis J. Williams & Reggie Young

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July, 2006

We Could Have Been The Closest Of Friends

Well there you are
And here am I
We are what we decided
Alone behind a wall of pride
Hopelessly divided
We had so much together baby
What got into us
How could we just call it quits
We should have called the love

We could have been the closest of friends
We might have been the world's greatest lovers
But now we're just without each other
We could have been the closest of friends

I could say you did me wrong
You could say you didn't
And we could sit and hold our tongues
And act like little children
I could say you never really loved
And you could say the same
But if it's really over
Then who cares who was to blame

We could have been the closest of friends
We might have been the world's greatest lovers
But now we're just without each other
We could have been the closest of friends

Ohh oh
We could have been the closest of friends
We might have been the world's greatest lovers
But now we're just without each other
We could have been the closest of friends

Oh, we could have been the closest

Written by: Steve Pippin and John Slate

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Shining

No one knew my name
Everyday the same
Oh so lonely
I prayed the time would come
When I'd be someone's
One and only
I found you
Made me feel brand new

Now I'm shining
Like the brightest morning sunlight
Shining
Brighter than the moon at midnight
Shining
If every single star fell from the skies
I'd be ok 
'Cause I know I'd be shining in your eyes

We're all diamonds in the rough
Till someone cares enough
To love you
To take an empty heart
Make the feelings start
To be part of you
It feels so great
You were worth the wait

Now I'm shining
Like the brightest morning sunlight
Shining
Brighter than the moon at midnight
Shining
If every single star fell from the skies
I'd be ok 
'Cause I know I'd be shining in your eyes

Ohhh ohhh
Shining
Like the brightest morning sunlight
Shining
Brighter than the moon at midnight
Shining
If every single star fell from the skies
I'd be ok 
'Cause I know I'd be shining in your eyes

Written by: S. Dorff and A. Roberts

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Sweet Young America

Young girl
Reading her magazines
And cutting out the pictures of the places
That make her dream
She don't miss a thing
Up on the latest rage
And I find myself
Losing her
Page by page

She's young America
And she needs feeling free
Sweet young America
What's she doing here with me
Her soft brown hair don't go with gray
She's full of life
And I've seen my day
And young America
She needs feeling free

Seems like only yesterday
She climbed up on my knee
And said Daddy
Will you tell me 
How much you really love me
And I remember through tearstained eyes
Standing at the door 
While waving good-bye
Young America
Demands being free
Young America
I wish I could be

Written by: Chips Moman and Bobby Emmons

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August, 2006

Fairy Tale Of Time

I knew you
When you were a dream to me
You turned into a memory
And you became a part of me

I didn't know
That you still remembered me
I thought that it was fantasy
To see you comin' back to me

Do you remember when we tore up our nursery rhymes
And when I said great ways to find
The end of the rainbow
We didn't know
There were different kinds of goals
Till we turned around
And walked into a fairy tale
Fell into a wishing well
I found you in a fairy tale of time

I believe
All of this is destiny
Now I'm where I want to be
There is no other place for me

I couldn't see

Do you remember when we 
We tore up our nursery rhymes
And when I said great ways to find
The end of the rainbow
We didn't know
There were different kinds of goals
Till we turned around
And walked into a fairy tale
Fell into a wishing well
I found you in a fairy tale
A story that I'll never tell
I found you in a fairy tale of time

Written by: James and Christopher

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Rock Of Ages

Rock of Ages
Cleft for me
Let me hide myself in Thee
Let the water and the blood
From Thy wounded side which flowed
Be of sin 
The double cure
Save from wrath and make me pure

Could my tears forever flow
Could my zeal no respite know
These for sin could not atone
Thou must save
And Thou alone

In my hand I bring
No price I bring 
Simply to Thy cross I cling

While I draw this fleeting breath
When my eyes shall close in death
When I rise to worlds unknown
And behold Thee on Thy throne 

Rock of Ages
Cleft for me
Let me hide myself in Thee

Rock of Ages
Cleft for me
Let me hide myself in Thee

Rock of Ages 
Cleft for me 
Let me hide myself in Thee

Lyrics by: Augustus M. Toplady, 1776

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If You Must Leave My Life

Standing in my eyes
You'll always be
The reason
That I know I can't keep you for good
And I'm not even sure that I should

Oh Girl
If you must leave my life
You'll leave me alone
And baby long
Before you leave my life
Be sure to have your own

Somewhere in my mouth
They'll always be
The taste of you 
Forever is so very long
I don't want your life to go wrong

So girl
If you must leave my life
Consider every part
And baby long
Before you leave my life
Be sure you have your heart

Now consider every part

Girl be sure to have your heart

Cause if its not there
When you unpack
It may not be here 
When you get back

La
La la 
La la la
La la la la la la la la

La
La la 
La la la
La la la la la la la la

Oh girl
Be sure you have your heart

Oh oh girl
Consider every part
Oh oh girl

Written by: J. Webb

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September, 2006

The Show

Charlie grips his glove between his teeth
And ties his red ball jets like Yankee cleats
Spends all day at the sandbox stadium
And dreams all night of major league homeruns

Believin' can someday make it so
He keeps dreamin'
He's going to the show

A below average bat and average arm
In spite of that 
They called him to the farm
Where he met Mary
And they married on all star day
And she'd soothe his losers bruises 
And she'd say

Believin' can someday make it so
Just keep dreamin' you're going to the show

From single on
To triple A
Auburn hair to silver gray
Town to town
Spring to fall
Then one day he gets the call

Charlie grips his chew inside his cheek
Reaches down to tie his Yankee cleats
Winks up at his wife
And kicks the chalk
Then sends a signal from the coaching box

Cursed are the fools who follow their fate
But blessed are 
The stubborn ones
Who wait

Written by: Jon Vezner and Don Henry

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Common Ground

Love is our common ground
Love is our common ground
Love has no limits
Love has no bounds
Love is our common ground

I've lived down in a valley
You live on that mountain above
And although we live in different places
The common ground we share is love

Ohhh
Love is our common ground
Love is our common ground
Love has no limits
Love has no bounds
Love is our common ground

If we met as total strangers
And if we came from different lands
And if we didn't speak the same language
Love's one thing we both would understand

Because love is our common ground
Love is our common ground
Love has no limits
Love has no bounds
Love is our common ground

Ohh ohh
Love is our common ground
Love is our common ground
Love has no limits
Love has no bounds
Love is our common ground

Ohhh ohhh
Love is our common ground
Love is our common ground
Love has no limits
Love has no bounds
Love is our common ground

Written by Chris Christian and Archie Jordan

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Ashes Of Dreams You Let Die

If my soul could talk to you
Here's what I'd say
I would reminisce every sweet kiss of yesterday
To all you young fools
I've got a lonesome surprise
Time won't turn back
And light a candle when love dies

When your baby says good-bye
That's when you'll find your stairway
To the sky in the ashes of dreams you let die

You may dream you're close to her
What if you're wrong
If she tore apart your poor heart
Would you go on
Or would you break down
In sentimental refrain
Go round and round
In rhapsody of lasting pain

When your baby says good-bye
That's when with every beat of your heart
Will cry for the ashes of dreams you let die
Dreams you let die
Dreams you let die

Written by: Mark Charron

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October, 2006

Hey Judy

Hey there Judy
Yeah you think you got the world dancin' on a string
You think you know just about everything
But I got news for you Judy
Although you're a cutie
You're just a little girl
Yeah you're Momma's little girl

Hey there Judy
You think you're just a living queen
Something special right out of a dream
You think you can tease around with any boy's heart
Think your can bend it or tear it apart
But I got news for you Judy
Although you're a cutie
You're just a little girl
You're Momma's little girl

Yeah you think you're fine
Oh so fine 
You think you're sweeter than cherry wine
You think among the other girls you really shine
Aw come on Judy

Hey there Judy
Yeah you think you got the world dancin' on a string
You think you know just about everything
But I got news for you Judy
Although you're a cutie
You're just a little girl
Yeah you're Momma's little girl

Judy you're just a little girl
Aw you're Momma's little girl
Judy you're just a little girl
Aw you're Momma's little girl

Written by: Mark Charron

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How Foolish

How could I ever have been so foolish
To have fallen in love with you
I believed all your lies
Right through your good-byes
Just how foolish
How foolish can one fool be

Ohh ohh ohh ahh ahh
Do you remember the times you said you loved me
Ahh those words are no secret in my heart
Now everything is gone
Boy you led me on
Just how foolish
How foolish can one fool be

I could see the end was coming
Long before it came
I could feel your kiss grow colder
But that was part of your game
Yeah I kept wishing
Hoping 
Praying with all my heart
That things would someday be the same

Aww but things can never be the same
Aww now take it from the sad heart inside of me
I hope someone hears my plea
And is made to see
Just how foolish 
One fool can be
Ohh ahh oh yeah
I was a fool
I was a fool and you broke my heart
Oh yeah
Ahh ahh ahh ahh

Written by: Mark Charron

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Superman

Wish I was the Superman
Stoppin' trains and makin' diamonds in my hands
A big reporter man
I'd write all the news today
And it would say
Up, up, baby and away

'Cause I got fire in my head
And my feet they wanna dance
But I ain't got a chance
If I'm gonna have to wait forever
Well it might as well be never
Don't have a chance, no
I said I don't have a chance

Well, well, it's the underdog
And every door leads right back to the fog
You know baby, I don't wanna win 'em all
I just wanna win this one, that's all

Hey, hey 'cause I've got a fire in my head
And my feet they wanna dance
But I ain't got a chance
If I'm gonna have to wait forever
Well it might as well be never
I don't have a chance, no
I said I don't have a chance
No, no I don't have a chance

No, no 'cause I've got a fire in my head
Am I gonna have to wait forever
Well it might as well be never
I don't have a chance, no
I don't have a chance

Written by: Randall Bramblett

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November, 2006

40 Days And 40 Nights

40 days and 40 nights
We changed some water into wine
And everybody was getting tight
Thinkin' about all those good ol' times
But

All my life I've been thrown to the wind
Mile after mile God seems like a foreign land
That I will never see again

Mary, Jesus is here again
He's got that strange California grin
He looked at me and he closed his eyes
He said, 
Poppa I might not be comin' back here for awhile
'Cause

All my life I been waitin' for the day
When I could hear my Father's voice 
And see them old pearl gates
And lift up my head and sail away

Written by: Randall Bramblett, David Causey, & Bob Jones

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Created For A Man

I was born in this world
To love just one girl
She'll always be a part of me
She makes life worth living
Keeps right on giving
All her precious love to me

She's a woman who loves and understands
She's a woman created for her man
And when I hold her
I know why she was born
She's my all and I love her
Without her I can't go on

Everyday she makes my life complete
And when the sun goes down 
I know she's there by me
I've got everything I need
She's the one that's made for me

I thank the Lord for giving
Me the life I'm living
Everything she does she does for me
With a touch of her hand
I know who I am 
I know that anyone can see

She's the woman who loves and understands
She's the woman created for her man
And when I hold her
I know why she was born
She's my all and I love her
Without her I can't go on

She's the woman who loves and understands
She's the woman created for her man
And when I hold her
I know why she was born

Written by: Mark James

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Come On Out And Tell Me
(Like We Always Said We Would)


I hate to wake you from your sleep
But there's a promise made
It's time to keep
So may I coin an old cliché
We can't go on
Go on living this way

Won't you come on out and tell me
Like we always said we would
If our love
Ever stopped feeling good
'Cause hanging on to a love that's gone
Will only leave us alone
And love is the part that keeps us young

Tonight I lit a cigarette
I couldn't sleep
And I saw on your face
The first smile you smiled in weeks
Holding your pillow tight 
Squeezing with all your might
The way you once held on to me

Won't you come on out and tell me
Like we always said we would
If our love
Ever stopped feeling good
'Cause hanging on to a love that's gone
Will only leave us alone
And love is the part that keeps us young

Won't you come on out and tell me
Like we always said we would
If our love
Ever stopped feeling good
'Cause hanging on to a love that's gone
Will only leave us ...

Written by: Chips Moman and Bobby Emmons

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