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The only thing Lyrics

The only thing by Tamyra Gray  

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The only thing Pretty brown eyed girl
Shes so sweet and nieve
She met a boy, fell in love
Often made up in a tree
and ohhh
What a plastic memory
Theres a swing out by the creek
They would meet there
He put a rose in her hair
She would kiss him on the cheak

Those were the days of innocence
When a boy just liked a girl
But we didnt know the difference
We were livin in our own world

OHHHH

All along then i close my eyes
I think back to the time of my life
When anything that meant anything was you
Messed things up
Grew up a little to fast
I knew it was much to good to last
But the only thing that meant anything was you
yeahh

After church one sunday morning
Near the bottom of the stairs
Half dressed, a pretty white dress
Playin a game of truth or dare
And Ohhh
I can still hear my mama sayin
Child you need to pray
I knew it was wrong, but its been so long
That i felt that way

Those were the days of innocence
When a boy just liked a girl
But we didnt know the difference
We were livin in our own world

OHHHH

All along then i close my eyes
I think back to the time of my life
When anything that meant anything was you
Messed things up
Grew up a little to fast
I knew it was much to good to last
But the only thing that meant anything was you
yeahh

Stary skys under the moonlight
You and I, 2 Fireflys, enchanted by the light,
When i see you rainbow, dance across the sky
I get warm inside, all teary eyed
It makes me think of you and I

All along then i close my eyes
I think back to the time of my life
When anything that meant anything was you
Messed things up
Grew up a little to fast
I knew it was much to good to last
But the only thing that meant anything was you
yeahh
All along then i close my eyes
I think back to the time of my life
When anything that meant anything was you
Messed things up
Grew up a little to fast
I knew it was much to good to last
But the only thing that meant anything was you
yeahh



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