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Allison Moorer – Call My Name lyrics

(Allison Moorer/Doyle Primm)

When the quiet in this old house shows no mercy
And the lonesome just won't go away
That's when your restless spirit haunts me
And I swear, I hear you call my name

I always loved the sound of your sweet voice
But now that sounds makes my poor heart break
You're long gone, baby, that's for certain
'Cause I'm a hurtin', when I hear you call my name

I pray when I pass on over
That we will meet in the place where lost souls stay
Maybe then, when I look over my shoulder
You'll be there, when I hear you call my name

I always loved the sound of your sweet voice
But now that sounds makes my poort heart break
You're long gone, baby, that's for certain
'Cause I'm a hurtin', when I hear you call my name
I'm certain, I hear you call my name



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