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She's Everywhere

This song is by Eddy Arnold and appears on the album Portrait Of My Woman (1971).

(Gene Dobbins - Jean Whitehead)

The day she left I told myself she could be replaced
All the memories that she leaves they could be erased
But since she's been gone I sing a different song
For nothing is working out for me.

Her empty chair or the pillow where she would lay her head
Brings to my mind the happy times before goodbyes were said
She's on my mind each morning it just stays the long day through
And I miss her say I love you.

In every room of this house she left her memory
In every dream that I dream she walks and talks with me
So how can I forget her and say that I don't care
When she's all around me she's everywhere.

Oh, how can I forget her and say that I don't care
When she's all around me all the time she's everywhere...

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