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Charlie Louvin – She Even Woke Me Up To Say Goodbye lyrics

Morning's come and Lord my mind is aching
That old sunshine stands silent at my door
But just like the dawn my heart is silently breaking
As my tears go tumbling to the floor

Once again the whole town will be talking
Yes Lord I've seen the pity in their eyes
Cause they'll never understand it's her sorrow and not a man
Ah but no matter what they say I know she tried

Yes baby's packed her soft things and left me
But I just know she didn't mean to be unkind
No it's not her heart Lord it's her mind she didn't mean to be unkind
Why she even woke me up to say goodbye
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Yes baby's packed her soft things and left me...
Yes she even woke me up to say goodbye



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