Thomas E. McCue
Thomas E. McCue
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Springfield, Illinois, United States
Total Song Plays: 65   
Member Since: 2004
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Plays:

16

Song Description

A grateful husband is professing his love and gratitude to his wife, best friend and soul mate for many years of a happy marriage.

Story Behind the Song

The song is written in the first person, and is, more or less, an anniversary song reflecting a long and loving marriage.

Lyrics

My Heart Can?t Do Without

Verse 1

The morning sun falls softly on your face and I can?t help but stare.
You hurry out the bedroom to brush your long brown hair.
?I?m a mess?, you say but I?m lost somewhere looking in your eyes;
You?re as pretty as a picture and you don?t even have to try.

Verse 2

You laugh when I get choked up watching old home movies time after time.
You always wonder why I hold you so close all through the night.
It?s because I hold you precious as the next breath that gives me life;
You?re my best friend, my lover, my wife.

Chorus

Honestly, I love you more each day that I am blessed to live.
Faithfully, I vow to give you all that a man could ever give.
And after all these years together, I can still say without a doubt
You?re the one thing that my heart can?t do without.

Verse 3

Now the years slip by so quickly and they?ve turned our hair to gray,
But I still see you just as lovely as on our wedding day.
When I vow my love forever, I mean every word I say;
(spoken) I love you with all my soul, you can count on that, I?ll never go away.

Repeat Chorus

You?re the one thing that my heart can?t do without.


© Copyright 1999 Doug McCulley, Thomas E. McCue All rights reserved.

Song Length
3:55
Genres
Country - Contemporary, Pop - Easy Listening
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Glad, Endearing

Subject Matter
Loving Marriage, Girlfriend, Wife


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Doug McCulley
Music Credits Doug McCulley, Tom McCue
Producer Credits Tom McCue
Publisher Credits N/A
Performance Credits Vocals - Doug McCulley, Music - Tom McCue
Label Credits N/A