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(ron block/moonlight canyon publishing, bmi)

Who can blame you, though your heart's untrue
When you say it's my fault anyway
You turn your head from the tears I've shed
Though your heart is untrue, who can blame you

You justify yourself in your love for someone else
When you say, I never loved you anyway
Your vows were made in vain, although my love still remains
Though you broke my heart in two, who can blame you

Who can blame you, though your heart's untrue
When you say it's my fault anyway
You turn your head from the tears I've shed
Though your heart is untrue, who can blame you

In a heart of rusty steel you kept your love affair concealed
'til the day she was asking you to stay
You turned your head from the tears I've shed
Though you broke a heart in two, who can blame you

Who can blame you, though your heart's untrue
When you say it's my fault anyway
You turn your head from the tears I've shed
Though your heart is untrue, who can blame you

Who can blame you, though your heart's untrue
When you say it's my fault anyway
You turn your head from the tears I've shed
Though your heart is untrue, who can blame you

You turn your head from the tears I've shed
Though your heart is untrue, who can blame you



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