"538 Stars" as written by Gordie Sampson and Hillary Lindsey....
The weather man said there was a pretty good chance
Of a big one coming that night
Everybody in town was locking it down
Closing shutters and finding flash lights
Oh but Daddy's intuition is sharper then a knife
Said the rain don't come til the robin takes flight
And he smiled like he always does
We stayed out until the sun came up

And we counted our blessings one by one
And the wind and the thunder never did come
We just sat there talking, laughing like fools
Nobody watching but the man in the moon
And the whole world slept that perfect night
I learned a little 'bout living and a lot about life
Out there in the backyard
Just me and him and 538 stars

Some shimmered and shined like big diamond rings
Some sank into the milky way
He old me about the one who led the three kings
To the stable on Christmas Day
He always made it easy for me to understand
Said we're all a part of a much bigger plan
And he smiled like he always does
We stayed out until the sun came up

And we counted our blessings one by one
And the wind and the thunder never did come
We just sat there talking, laughing like fools
Nobody watching but the man in the moon
And the whole world slept that perfect night
I learned a little 'bout living and a lot about life
Out there in the backyard
Just me and him and 538 stars

We watched the world
Just the two of us
Like it always is
Like it always was

And we counted our blessings one by one
And the wind and the thunder never did come
We just sat there talking, laughing like fools
Nobody watching but the man in the moon
And the whole world slept that perfect night
I learned a little 'bout living and a lot about life
Out there in the backyard
Just me and him and 538 stars
Just me and Dad and 538 Stars


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"538 Stars" as written by Gordie Sampson Hillary Lindsay

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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