She's got every quality
From A all the way to Z
It's easy to see she's the perfect girl

She's got every single thing
That makes up my wildest dreams
Sometimes I still can't quite believe she's holding me 'cause

She's got it all my heart my soul my wishes
All of my love, my hugs, my kisses
Everything that means anything at all
All my life I spent-a-hopin'
I could give someone such devotion
Every sweet memory I can recall
She got it all

You know that I admit
That someone to love like this
Only existed in my prayers
Until I saw her face
I knew I found the place
Where I could keep every faith eternally 'cause

She's got it all my heart my soul my wishes
All of my love, my hugs, my kisses
Everything that means anything at all
All of my life I spent-a-hopin'
I could give someone such devotion
Every sweet memory I can recall
She got it all

All my life I spent-a-hopin'
I could give someone such devotion
Every sweet memory I can recall

All my heart my soul my wishes
All of my love, my hugs, my kisses
Every sweet memory I can recall
She got it all

She's got it all


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She's Got It All Lyrics as written by Drew Womack Craig Michael Wiseman

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    This song I think is just saying that this woman he has found is just, in his eyes, perfect. Everything she does and he's, as the song shows, decided to devote all he has to her.

    kelstermt925on February 24, 2005   Link
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    Great song!!

    sambeeon September 23, 2006   Link

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