"I Got You" as written by Radney M. Foster and Raul Malo....
We got married one afternoon in may
Never did see the light of day, on our honeymoon
We didn't have much when we started out
Your grandma's bed and a three room house, but we made do
Oh, oh I got you, oh, oh I got you

You could've had that boy you used to know
He's a millionaire from Ohio, your mama told me so
When the best I could do was the factory
You didn't get much when you got me, maybe that's true
But oh, oh I got you, oh, oh I got you

I got something that money can't buy
Cross my heart and I hope to die
Don't need nothing that I can't afford
I got you and I thank the lord

Now if all that's left is the rocking chair
I'll be fine knowing you'll be there, rocking too
Oh, oh I got you, oh, oh I got you
Oh, oh I got you, oh, oh I got you
Oh, oh I got you, oh, oh I got you
Oh, oh I got you, oh, oh I got you


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"I Got You" as written by Raul Malo Radney M. Foster

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