"Odds and Ends" as written by General N. Johnson and Gregory S. Perry....
Odds and ends of love that used to be
You're gone, but memories linger on
Odds and ends of what you meant to me
Love that we once knew, dreams that never quite came true

A tiny ring made of glass
Worth more to me than the world
A picture of you and me
When I was your special girl

An old teddy bear that's lost its hair
You won at the county fair
A redneck tie I bought for you
You never got around to wear

Momentoes of the love we shared
Reminders of the hurt I felt
Odds and ends of love that used to be
You're gone, but memories linger on
Odds and ends of what you meant to me
Love that we once knew, dreams that never quite came true

The easy chair, the robe you wore
When you came home at night
Your last pack of cigarettes
Your first old chewed-up pipe

The sound of a dripping faucet
You claimed that you repaired
The first dress you bought me
That I forced myself to wear

A little girl, a little boy too
Who constantly ask where are you
Odds and ends of love that used to be
Odds and ends, it wasn't meant to be

Momentoes of the love we shared
Reminders of the hurt I felt
Odds and ends of love that used to be
You're gone, but memories linger on
Odds and ends of what you meant to me
You're gone, but memories linger on
Odds and ends of love


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"Odds and Ends" as written by Gregory S. Perry General N. Johnson

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