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Charley Pride – I'm Beginning To Believe My Own Lies lyrics

I don't make the same old places that I used to and I seldom let you cross my mind
And I tell myself I'll soon forget you that it's just a matter of time
I tell myself that I don't miss you that the tears will never find my eyes
But I've told so many stories I'm beginning to belive my own lies
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I have burned all the letters that you wrote me
And I took your picture from the frame
And I pretend that I've never known you that I never mentioned your name
I tell myself that I don't love you that the tears will never find my eyes
But I've told so many stories I'm beginning to belive my own lies
I'm beginning to belive my own lies



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