I've heard this as a song title, but all of the examples above are sentences with auxiliary verbs, so is this correct French?
Both Jim's answer and Maarten's link are correct.
Bonne journée !
He has nothing else but his soul - the restriction is to the noun "âme". I think the French is valid here -- avoir present indicative first person.
This is the lesson on ne . . que in simple tenses (linked from the lesson) :
Using restrictive ne … que to express only with simple tenses (French Negations)
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