Ken boothe everything i own


The earliest known appearance of the aphorism was located by poet and scholar Mark Scroggins and later independently by top-flight quotation researcher Ken Hirsch. The New York Times published an article by the composer Roger Sessions on January 8, 1950 titled “How a ‘Difficult’ Composer Gets That Way”, and it included a version of the saying attributed to Einstein [AERS]:

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Ken Boothe Everything I Own lyrics You sheltered me from harm
Kept me warm, kept me warm
You gave my life to me
Set me free, set me free

The finest years I ever knew
Is all the years I had with you

And I would give anything I own
Give up my life, my heart, my home
And I would give anything I own
Just to have you back again

If there's someone you know
That won't let you go
And taking it all for granted
You may lose them one day
Someone takes them away
And you don't hear a word they say

And I would give anything I own
Give up my life, my heart, my home
And I would give anything I own
Just to have you back again
Just to talk to you once again

If there's someone you know
That won't let you go
And taking it all for granted
You may lose them one day
Someone takes them away
And you don't hear a word they say

And I would give anything I own
Give up my life, my heart, my home
And I would give anything I own
Just to have you back again
Just to talk to you once again
Just to hold you once again
Just to talk to you once again


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