George Strait

Letra de Where Have I Been All My Life

Letras de George Strait

"Where Have I Been All My Life"

Been down the road, to work & back, 
Been in what I thought was love a few times, 
Every once in a while, I stop & ask, 
Where have I been all my life? 

These days broccoli don't taste so bad, 
& neither does swallowing my pride, 
& I'm agreeing more & more with my old man, 

Where have I been all my life,' 
Some years are clear, & some a little blurry, 
Man how they fly by, 
Mom & dad sure got old in a hurry, 
Where have I been all my life, 

Being learning that forgiveness is as much for myself, 
As it is for the other guy, 
I read the good book these days, 
& believin', 

Where have I been all my life, 
Some years are clear, & some a little blurry, 
Man how they fly by, 
Mom & dad sure got old in a hurry, 
Where have I been all my life, 

Heard what a wonderful world, 
By Loui Armstrong, 
Brought a tear to my eye, 
After all these years, 
I finally get that song, 

Where have I been all my life?
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