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Charley Pride – Was It All Worth Losing You lyrics

Well I finally got the one I thought I wanted I no longer have to slip around on you
Cause today the postman brought my freedom
But I wonder now was it all worth losing you
Yes I wonder how my leaving will affect you
After all the heartaches we've been through
But something tells me that someday I may be sorry
And I wonder now was it all worth losing you
Will the one that I wanted soon grow tired of me
And with this new found love wait into the distant blue
And will your mem'ry always slip around and haunt me
And make me wonder now was it all worth losing you
[ steel ]
Will the one that I wanted...
And make me wonder now was it all worth losing you



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