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  1. Big Shoes

From the album Backbone

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Had you not been who you were, this would've been easier. I'd turn my back on this whole world, except it knows that I'm your girl. I put on your favorite shirt; helps a little when it hurts. And I march it through the streets of town, prayin' I don't let you down.

If I had a dime for every single time that you came across my mind, I could buy a tall hill. And I'd climb for all I'm worth, cry to heaven: what on earth can I do down here with your big shoes to fill.

I hear you inside my brain, telling me to up my game, put some sweat upon my brow, wipe that smirk off my mouth. Lookin' at the morning sky, puts a fire in my eye, and I march it down the streets of town. Old man, if you could see me now.

If I had a dime for every single time that you came across my mind, I could buy a tall hill. And I'd climb for all I'm worth, cry to heaven: what on earth can I do down here with your big shoes to fill.

Had you not been such a man, I would not be who I am. So I'm marching down these streets again. I'll make you prouder than you've never been.

If I had a dime for every single time that you came across my mind, I could buy a tall hill. And I'd climb for all I'm worth, cry to heaven: what on earth can I do down here with your big shoes to fill.