"Give My Heart to You" as written by Walt Aldridge and Bob Dipiero....
I gave two teeth in a teenage brawl
For a girl whose name I can't recall
Then we broke up
I gave a knee to the football team
Chasing that high school state champ dream
We almost won

I gave junior college almost a year
Then I gave a Greyhound twenty bucks
And that's how I got here

I give all my money for a slice of daily bread
I give forty honest hours to a boss I never met
And I gave my soul to Jesus at the age of twenty-two
So there ain't much left to offer
But I give my heart to you

I gave a beard and a head of hair
To a boot camp corporal with a barber's chair
At Camp LeJeune
I gave Uncle Sam what he bargained for
Twenty-four months, not a minute more
I just didn't fit in

Then I gave a high school friend of mine a call
And we gave a body shop a try
'Til we gave up last fall

I gave a beard and a head of hair
To a boot camp corporal with a barber's chair
At Camp LeJeune
I gave Uncle Sam what he bargained for
Twenty-four months, not a minute more
I just didn't fit in


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"Give My Heart to You" as written by Walt Aldridge Bob Dipiero

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