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George Jones – A Picture Of Me Without You lyrics

Written by Norris Wilson and George Richey
Imagine a world where no music was playing
And think of a church with nobody praying
Have you ever looked up at a sky with no blue
Then you've seen a picture of me without you
Have you walked in a garden where nothing was growing
Or stood by a river where nothing was flowing
If you've seen a red rose unkissed by the dew
Then you've seen a picture of me without you
- Chorus -
Can you picture Heaven with no angels singing
Or a quiet Sunday morning with no church bells ringing
If you've watched as the heart of a child breaks in two
Then you've seen a picture of me without you
Repeat Chorus
Entered by Lesa Brassette 01/13/98

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    Wilhelm Wundt, who is said to have founded psychology in 1879, wanted psychological inquiry to be limited to that which is subject to direct examination.
    Such an approach to something like the likes of this song, are bound to miss the very essence and very beauty of this song. You can't learn how to love somebody, or how to treasure somebody, or how to appreciate somebody, through strict scientific inquiry.
    We lose those whom we take for granted, so it behooves us to pay attention to this George Jones song. When we lose those whom we love, or when we not only lose what we had, we lose what could have been.

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