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Edwyn Collins – Little Things lyrics

Your first breath
Your first pain
Your first tears
Your first year
Your first smile
Your first word
Your first step
Whatever's next
Your first school
Your first crush
Your first kiss
Consider this

It's not just happenstance
Or force of circumstance
God bless the little things
That make the bigger things
God bless the little things
That make the bigger things

Your first love
Your first lover
Your first time
Was like no other
Your first fight
Your first heartache
Your first regret
You can't forget
Your first bar
Your first drink
Your best friend
The bathroom sink

It's not just happenstance
Or force of circumstance
God bless the little things
That make the bigger things
God bless the little things
That make the bigger things

Your first flat
Your first debt
Your first taste
Of the worst case
Your first job
Your first boss
Your first paycheck
Now let's get wrecked
Your first house
Your first car
Your first child
And that's the story so far

It's not just happenstance
Or force of circumstance
God bless the little things
That make the bigger things
God bless the little things
That make the bigger things



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