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Artist: Toby Keith
Album: Pull My Chain

Under an old brass paperweight is my list of things to do today
Go to the bank and the hardware store, put a new lock on the cellar door
I cross 'em off as I get 'em done but when the sun is set, there's still a few things I haven't got to yet
(Chorus): Go for a walk, say a little prayer, take a deep breath of mountain air, put on my glove and play some catch, It's time that I make time for that, wade the shore and cast a line, pick up a long lost friend of mine, sit on the porch and give my girls a kiss, start livin', that's the next thing on my list
Wouldn't change the course of fate, but cuttin the grass just had to wait, 'cause I've got more important things like pushin my kid on the backyard swing, I won't break my back for a million bucks I can't take to my grave, why put off for tomorrow what I could get done today
(Chorus)
Raise a little hell, laugh til it hurts, put an extra five in the plate at church, call up my folks just to chat, It's time that I make time for that, Stay up late, then oversleep, show her what she means to me, catch up on all the things I've always missed, just start livin', that's the next thing on my list
Under an old brass paperweight, is my list of things to do today
Comments/Interpretations
by Nick Marquette on 1/3/2011 8:02pm
He is my favorite country artist. this is one of my favorite songs by him


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