I Could Have Been Something by Sheri Lafontaine

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I Could Have Been Something
by Sheri Lafontaine

Album: Something More

She was sitting there in the diner chair
When what she could have been, walked in
In designer wear with perfect hair
Their careers meant the world to them
She felt a tug on her clothes
And she looked down at her son
He was far too young to know
Still she knew she had to try
She had to make him realize

I could have been something
The world could have known my name
I could have done something
Worked my way to a life of fame
I could have held on tight
To this old life's greatest reward
I could have been something
But thanks to you
Now I'm something more

He was sitting there in his rocking chair
Beside his wife of forty years
As a younger man, he'd made big plans
But all those disappeared
Now his lap is filled with three grandkids
And his hand is filled with hers
And by the twinkle in his eye
She can read between the lines

Now I'm something more than what I ever could have dreamed

Thanks to the hand of God that is leading me

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