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As Much As I Can Stand (Little John Cameron)

You look lovelier tonight than I remember,
I'm so glad I got to see you once again;
I've enjoyed just sitting here and reminiscing,
But I've enjoyed as much of this as I can stand.

There's so much more between us than this table,
All those years, all those dreams, all those plans;
Guess you know without me saying I still love you,
But I've enjoyed as much of this as I can stand.

So you say you're happy now you've found a new love,
Tell him I said he's a lucky, lucky man;
No, I don't think I'll have time to see his picture,
I've enjoyed as much of this as I can stand.

There's so much more between us than this table,
All those years, all those dreams, all those plans;
Guess you know without me saying I still love you,
But I've enjoyed as much of this as I can stand.

####.... Bill Anderson, country music singer, songwriter, musician, poet, born 1937, Columbia, South Carolina ....####

This variant recorded as I've Enjoyed As Much Of This As I Can Stand by John Barr aka "Little" John Cameron from Blantyre, Scotland and Torbay, NL [1943-2002] (Sit Down, Mr Music Man, trk#11, ©1967, Cynda Records, A Division of Boot Records, Toronto, Ontario, Distributed by London Records of Canada, Ltd).

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