Stillwater — All I Can Remember lyrics

When Terri ran away
I saw her picture in the window in a downtown shopping mall
it's funny how I never know her real name
she wasn't very old, wasn't very tall
wasn't very proud of her blonde-eyed, jet-black hair
she never could seem to try to fit in anywhere
and I don't know
trouble at home
there were always trouble at home
And I guess I always knew

When suddently my mind races back
to a dozen sunday summer mornings when I saw her there
all alone outside the main house
I never had the time
Something always on my mind
I don't know what it was but it was spiritual
or maybe I just didn't want to feel her pain

And all I can remember
Jesus said unto the least of these
do unto me
and all I can remember
Jesus said unto the least of these
who are the least of these

And all I can remember
Jesus said unto the least of these
do unto me
and all she really wanted was just one friend
in a long long list of aquaintances
people she knew
When the judgement comes down it'll be on me and you
trouble at home
there was always trouble at home
And I guess I always knew

Oh all I can re-
all I can remember
do unto me
and all I can remember
Jesus said unto the least of these
do unto me
and all I can remember
Jesus said unto the least of these
who are the least of these
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