Of all the things I've ever done
Finding you will prove to be
The most important one
I would never trade the tears
The conversation no-one hears
The learning how to walk before we run

Of all the kites I ever flew
Most came tumbling down
Except the one I sent up with you
I don't want to change a thing
Break the spell
Cut the string
When every wish I made is coming true
With you

Sometimes I forget
To say how much I love you
Purposely I bet
'Cause I'm so busy thinking of you

So, in this world of odds and ends
I'd rather have a part of you
Than all of my so-called friends
You have taught me how to feel
What is false and what is real
Of all the things I ever want to do
I think I'll start and end with loving you

Oh, you have taught me how to feel
What is false and what is real
Of all the things I ever want to do
I think I'll start and end with loving you


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Of All the Things Lyrics as written by Dennis Earle Lambert Brian Potter

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