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3: We dedicate this book to George and Mary Ann Bartodej for all the wonderful things they have done. Merry Christmas 2010 Love always, Jon, Catherine and Ashlyn Charping
5: Oh, I love her and just can't live without her And I've got the urge to tell the world about her But our love's a secret and can't see the light of day But I went and wrote this love song anyway Her name is Mary Ann, her eyes are brown Her hair is just like fir, and she measures 5'4 But someday I'll fill in the lines when she and I are free And we'll walk in the sunshine Mary Ann and me Oh, It really is a scandal and disgrace To have to call your woman what's- her-face But her husband thinks he owns her heart and soul for life And he'll kill the man who messes with his wife Her name is Mary Ann
7: The most important thing in life is to learn how to give out love, and to receive love.
8: In family life, love is the oil that eases friction, the cement that binds closer together, and the music that brings harmony.
10: Families pick you up when your down.
14: First there came two pretty daughters For this small town Southern man Then a few years later came another A boy, he wasn't planned Five people livin' all together In a house built with his own hands Little words with love and understandin' From a small town Souern man.
16: Our most treasured family heirlooms are our sweet family memories.
27: Whenever I chance to meet Some old friend who's on the street They wonder how does a man get to be this way I've Always got a smiling face Anytime and any place Everytime they ask me why I just smile and say You've got to kiss an angel good morning And let her know you think about her When you're gone Kiss an angel good morning And love her like the devil When you get back home.
37: If I could get another chance another walk another dance with him I'd play a song that would never ever end how I'd love love love to dance with my father again
43: And he bowed his head to Jesus And he stood for Uncle Sam And he only loved one woman He was always proud of what he had He said his greatest contribution Is the ones you leave behind Raised on the ways and gentle kindness Of a small town Southern man