My Life Began With You (Album Version)

My Life Began With You (Album Version)

Neal McCoy

Every now and then
Somebody calls me on the phone
They want to talk about old times we shared
I listen patiently
And laugh when I'm supposed to laugh
While I wonder, was I even there
I might be crazy, but to tell the truth
The past is hazy since I met you
I was born, I was raised
In a town in Indiana
Went to school, went to work
But that's all I remember
Til that night in your arms
When we laid down together
And that's when I knew
My life began with you
Momma said, I was a happy, well adjusted child
Ain't it funny what you don't recall
I'm sure I musta held a woman in my arms before
When I met you I forgot it all
Well, I tried lookin' into my past
It's like tryin' to see through smokey glass
I was born, I was raised
In a town in Indiana
Went to school, went to work
But that's all I remember
Til that night in your arms
When we laid down together
And that's when I knew
My life began with you
I might be crazy, but to tell the truth
The past is hazy since I met you
I was born, I was raised
In a town in Indiana
Went to school, went to work
But that's all I remember
Til that night in your arms
When we laid down together
And that's when I knew
My life began with you
With you
My life began with you
With you

Written by BEESON, MARC/PFRIMMER, DON
Published by EMI Music Publishing

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