"David's Song" as written by and Billy/sutton Sherrill....
As sit here in this loser's cathedral I hear the sad songs that the jukebox play
Then I dream about where love used to live dear
And all the things that I let slip away
With that one exception I had never cheated
But temptation and the wine they both were strong
Now we're left with the marriage on the rocks dear

Where used to stand the sweet and happy home
I'm still singing the song almost persuaded
And darling you still mean the world to me
And I'm sure that we could always be together

If you'd only have a little faith in me
Now you're back and already it's heaven
And I should thank my lucky stars above
That my woman's good to me and now forever
We'll be livin' in a house full of love


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"David's Song" as written by Glenn Sutton Billy Sherrill

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