"I'd Surrender All" as written by and Alan Eugene/travis Jackson....
I wake up to the silence
In a room where I once heard "Good Morning Dear"
I never thought I'd miss the early morning smell
Of hairspray in the air
All the little things I used to take for granted
Now I miss them most of all
Ain't it funny how a woman walking out the door
Can bring a man to crawl
And I'd surrender all
To bring you back to me
Give up everything I own
Get down on my hands and knees
Just to hear the phone ringing down the hall
Oh, If you would only call, I'd surrender all
Now I'm staring out the window
Praying every passing car would bring you home
So I could take you in my arms
And give the kind of love
You should have known
And I'd surrender all
To bring you back to me
Give up everything I own
Get down on my hands and knees
Just to hear the phone ringing down the hall
Oh, If you would only call, I'd surrender all
If you would only call, I'd surrender all


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