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PICTURE OF YOUR MOTHER (Tom T. Hall) Tom T. Hall - 1967 NewFound Road - 2006 My little girl and I lost Mama just three years ago And now that she is older, there are things she wants to know She said, "Please, Daddy, tell me 'bout my Mother, 'cause I miss her" I said get pen and paper and I'll help you draw her picture I said first draw a heart so big there's room for little else Then write a million for the things that she denied herself Draw a rose, the kind of which there'll never be another And when you've finished you will have a picture of your Mother (Instrumental Break) If you want to make the picture even more complete You could draw a little cottage, draw it nice and neat Draw a bright and shining sun up in the sky above But then again, I guess it's pretty hard to draw my love So draw a heart so big that there is room for little else Write a million for the things that she denied herself Draw a rose, the kind of which there'll never be another And when you've finished you will have a picture of your Mother (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - April 2010) (Contributed by - April 2010)

    


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