"Baby There's Nothing Like You" as written by Earl Montgomery and George Jones....
I've crossed the high and mighty creek
That spans the San Francisco Bay
Saw the sun set in the west
In an non forgetful way
Sailed the white Pacific Ocean
While it was in it''s darkest blue
But they still have nothing like you.

I've seen the bright lights of Broadway
In old New York town
Saw a star light up the night
As it came tumblin' down
And the great Niagara Falls
Well I've seen them too
Ah, but baby, there's nothin' like you.

I've seen the winter day turn warm
And the roses start to bud
Saw the risin' of the moon
Through a cloud red as blood
Saw a rainbow of all colors
When the storm and rain was through.
Ah, but baby there's nothin' like you.

Yes I've been most everywhere
Done everything there is to do
Ah, but baby, there's nothin' like you


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"Baby There's Nothing Like You" as written by George Jones Earl Montgomery

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