I Think You're Beautiful

Amy Dalley 2008

I know thats what a mans supposed to do.
But sometimes youre so tired when you get home,
Youre not much fun to talk to.
Saturdays, you kick that old lawn mower till it starts.
Then patiently you turn it off and on,
Dodgin' toys in the back yard.
You smile, when you pass the kitchen window.

And I, I think youre beautiful.
My world would be an empty place,
Without your touch, without your face.
And I see the man you are,
An' everything you want to be,
And how you love the things,
That mean the most to me;
I think youre beautiful.

You dont mind,
When my sister calls me every Friday night,
About the time we turn the movie on,
Just to talk about her love life.
And your little boy says one day hell drink coffee just like you.
You say it makes you better knowing he,
Watches everything that you do.
Sometimes you dont understand me but you try, and

And I think youre beautiful.
My world would be an empty place,
Without your touch, without your face.
And I see the man you are,
An' everything you want to be,
And how you love the things,
That mean the most to me;
I think youre beautiful.

Instrumental break.

And Im not sure why I deserve this life.
But Im so thankful that its mine.

I think youre beautiful.
My world would be an empty place,
Without your touch, without your face.
And I see the man you are,
And everything you want to be,
And how you love the things,
That mean the most to me;
I think youre beautiful.

I think youre beautiful. (Beautiful. Beautiful.)
Beautiful.