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All The Words In The World


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daibhre

 Genre: Country-Western

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A dumb little ditty here, based on some lyrics I wrote back in the 70s and finished up a couple years ago. Sort of Roger Miller meets the Oakridge Boys? And how many times are you able to use "Aardvark" and "Zoologist" in a song? Silliness.
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Lyrics
All the words in the world, from aardvark to zoologist
Can’t begin to describe the way I feel and how I’ve missed
your smile.
All the hours in the day
Aren’t enough to convey
What I wanted to say
to you…

All the colors I see look a little grayer now
All I see are the blues, ‘cause blue is how I’m feelin’ now
you’re gone.
All the songs that I hear
Make me wish you were here
I just want to be near
to you…

Knowing you has made me feel so good
Better than I ever thought I would
I’m so sad you had to go away
‘Til you come back I don’t know what to say…

All the songs that I hear
Make me wish you were here
I just want to be near
to you…

All the numbers I know can’t count the times I’ve thought of you
‘Til I welcome you home, I don’t know what I oughtta do
All the phone calls I get
Since the day that we met
Are you calling me yet?
Is that you?

Knowing you has made me feel so good
Better than I ever thought I would
I’m so sad you had to go away
‘Til you come back I don’t know what to say…

All the words in the world, from aardvark to zoologist
Can’t begin to describe the way I feel and how I’ve missed
your smile
Oh, how I’ve missed your smile…
Oh how I’ve missed your smile…
Oh, yes I’ve missed your smile…
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Comments: 5
Fans: 3
Plays: 24
Downloads: 72
Votes: 2
Uploaded: Jul 01, 2009 - 12:12:50 PM
Last Updated: Jul 01, 2009 - 12:12:50 PM Last Played: Feb 04, 2015 - 11:08:13 AM
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Feter said 3091 days ago (July 1st, 2009)
All The Words In The World
I have to admit I was thinking ..jerry Jeff Walker ? before reading your remark
of Roger Miller ..just loved this lovely song ..a sweet singing along folky
country taste ..perfect guitar work indeed ...just perfect ...thnx alot for
sharin such classic !!!!
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sloparts said 3090 days ago (July 1st, 2009)
All the words
Some more great song writing David. Old time Country music, takes me back a ways, don't ya know. Love the harmonies you did on this song.

Nice track David, thanks for sharing this one.

Ed
Check out my latest song called Quack's Blues
Roxylee said 3090 days ago (July 2nd, 2009)
Heehee
I was listening to Roger Miller the other day (In The Summertime) This is cool, David. I can also hear shades of JJW's style in this. But it mostly original, and you have a great style! :-)
Check out my latest song called Emma, by davisamerica
mowguy3 said 3088 days ago (July 4th, 2009)
What a feel good song
Great recording and mix. Lyrics are light and full of smiles. Another classic that I think stands alone. Roger Miller???
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alan_ said 3087 days ago (July 5th, 2009)
All The Words In The World
A nice Western feel, and some very nice harmony work. Sons Of The Pioneers, and A Sleep At The Wheel. I like your descriptive lyrics especially rhyming zoologist with how I've missed. A nice first listen of the day for me.

Alan
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Name: David McCord
Location: Ionia MI United States
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Just a folk singer. Well - mostly a folk singer, but I like to try just about every style a middle-class white guy from Mid-Michigan can sincerely try. Be sure to check out my "band" — I used to play R&R with these guys back in the 70s, but now we'... [see more]

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Country music, also called country and western music or country-western, is an amalgam of popular musical forms developed in the Southern United States, with roots in traditional folk music, Celtic Music, Blues, Gospel music, and Old-time music. Howe

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