"Rest of Me" as written by and Jeff Trott Sheryl Crow....
I've been let down
I've been dragged around so long
I've been begging, "please"
Give your love to me some more

You got battle scars
Stripped across your heart
You know it's plain to see
You can't have my number
But you can have the rest of me

Tell me, sweetheart, do you fall apart, sometimes?
And when she walks away, do you try to say you're fine?
And if you ever need a friend
If you ever need a little company
You can take up all of my time
But you can't take the rest of me

But you can send me flowers everyday
And never look at me the way that other lovers often sometimes do
You can promise me you'll never leave
May spend a lifetime trying to please
The feeling's are forward to you

You know someday, when you're old and gray
You'll see, you can't have everything
But you can keep it under lock and key

And if you ever need a friend
If you ever need a little sympathy
You can take all I have to give
But you can't take the rest of me

But you can send me flowers everyday
And never look at me the way that other lovers often sometimes do
You can promise me you'll never leave
May spend a lifetime trying to please me
The feeling's are forward to you

You know someday, when you're old and gray
You'll see, you can't have everything
But you can keep it under lock and key

And if you ever need a friend
If you ever need a little sympathy
You can take all I have to give
But you can't have the rest of me

The rest of me
The rest of me
The rest of me
You can take all I have to give
But you can't have the rest of me


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

"Rest of Me" as written by Sheryl Suzanne Crow Jeffrey Trott

Lyrics © OLE MEDIA MANAGEMENT LP

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