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YOU'RE THE ONLY SONG I SING TODAY (Buzz Rabin / Marvin Brantley) Mel Tillis - 1981 Johnny Paycheck - 1981 David Allan Coe - 1985 I was born to say the things I have to say Some of us are lucky enough to be that way I found a phrase in every phase of yesterday But honey, you're the only song I sing today I tried to find a word to rhyme with everything And place it in a song that I could always sing You just didn't happen you were dreamed this way And honey, you're the only song I sing today There's some kinda power somewhere out of sight And it let's a poet know it when he's said it right Like so many I've come close a time or two But all my lines I find were leading me to you I remember finding you a melody Somewhere in the notes you wrote inside of me And it was tailored just to fit some words I had to say And honey, you're the only song I sing today There's some kinda power somewhere out of sight And it let's a poet know it when he's said it right Like so many I've come close a time or two But all my lines I find were leading me to you Yes, I remember finding you a melody I don't know, I found it somewhere in the notes you wrote inside of me And it was tailored just to fit some words I had to say And honey, you're the only song I sing today Yes, you're the only song I'll ever sing (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - December 2011)

    


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