"The Strongest Man in the World" as written by and Kim Tribble Edward Monroe Hill....
What started out as small talk
On a bus stop bench before work
Turned into the greatest love story
I've ever heard
She said D's not the kind to send roses
Can't afford diamonds and pearls
When it comes to lifting my spirits
He's the strongest man in the world

[Chorus]
She said he stops my tears before they start
He can be so tender and still be tough
With his crocked smile melt my heart
Fill an empty room with love if anybody can
Cause he's the strongest man in the world

She said he's always leaving love notes
On the refrigerator door
And I leave him surprises in his lunch box
To even up the score
I was thinking what I'd give to be with
Such a wonderful girl
But I know I couldn't compete with
The strongest man in the world

[Chorus]

Then she pulled out his picture
That's when I realized
The strongest man in the world
Was only five


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