Little Things… a song

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LITTLE THINGS

When he stepped out of that door

He stepped out on hope.

She was pacing ‘round the kitchen floor

And doing her best to cope.

But when he rounded the corner

On his way back into their home.

He ran and wrapped his arms around her.

And said, “Did you miss me while I was gone?”

 

The little things – mmm mmm

Yeah, the little things – oh-oh

The little things should stay little things

And they should stay a grain of sand.

Don’t build mountains from the little things,

Or they might fall and break the man.

Remember this and find your strength

Be bigger than who you are

So, keep the little things, little things

And your love will go real far.

 

It started with a harsh, harsh word

Too proud to take it back.

She cried herself to sleep that night

Wondering why did he attack.

He heard his momma’s voice once more

Telling him, “be kind in life!”

She said, “let the little things stay that way

Or they will cut you like a knife.”

 

The doorbell rang at 8:15

And she opened up to see.

A big bouquet of flowers

Hid the one delivering.

She stood in her astonishment

When much to her surprise.

He moved the flowers away from his face

And she saw teardrops in his eyes.

(Spoken)

Little things.

 

The little things – mmm mmm

Yeah, the little things – oh-oh

The little things should stay little things

And they should stay a grain of sand.

Don’t build mountains from the little things,

Or they might fall and break the man.

Remember this and find your strength

Be bigger than who you are

So, keep the little things, little things

And your love will go real far.

So, keep the little things, little things

And your love will go real far.

So, keep the little things, little things

And your love will go real far.

Author: What Words May Come

Hopeless romantic; joker; father and grandfather; husband; sportsman; part-time writer;

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