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"I'm Blessed" by Doug Gallob
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I'm Blessed - Doug Gallob

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Usage Info (Theme/Mood/Genre):
Genre Description Themes, Moods, Comments Additional Info
pop RAW SONG DEMO - upbeat song appreciating the little things in life upbeat, love, God, sunshine, blessings, happy
2007 Doug Gallob
Copyright Registration #: NA
ASCAP Title Code: NA
Albums: NA
Lyrics:
2007 Doug Gallob

I’ve got a pocket full of money
I’ve got feet that fit my shoes
I come home to find my honey 
So I never get the blues

I’ve got a car that starts
I’ve got a roof on my garage 
Every day I live with you’s another 
Day of livin’ large

Oh yes, I’m blessed. Everything is goin’ good.
Yeah, I’m blessed. I got everything I should.
Yeah, I’m blessed. And I think we’re both agreed
That you’re the reason I’m receivin’ everything I need.

I just did a load of laundry
I’ve got underwear that’s clean
And I trust you so completely
Cause you’re never ever mean

I’ve got a lawn that’s lush and green
And I got tulips in the spring
I’ve got a hat to catch the rain
And all the sunshine that you bring

(repeat chorus)

I’ve got my feet down on the ground
All my troubles turned around
I thought my life might turn out sad
But it turned out I found you instead

(instrumental)

(repeat chorus)

Instrumentation and Credits:
vocals, bass, guitar, pretend drums: Doug Gallob
What Was He Thinking??!!??

I'm not sure if this is a song about a girl or a song about God. It's definitely about how the smallest things are the biggest blessings.



-- Doug Gallob