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(Russel Smith/James H. Brown, Jr.)

Sometimes I still think of you
Love that's gone by and the things I didn't do
Time heals hearts, so they all say
Passage of years slowly pulls the pain away
But there's still a little tenderness left in everything I do
It's what I learned from loving you
That's what I learned from loving you

Times have changed, I have changed, too
Even my eyes have turned a deeper shade of blue
Well, I guess it's all that crying they went through
It's what I learned from loving you
That's what I learned from loving you

Well, I had too much to learn to hold on to someone like you
And it took losing you to make me see
The man you needed to be

I don't cry, though we're apart
And someday soon someone else will need this heart
And the next time I'm gonna know when a love is true
It's what I learned from loving you
That's what I learned from loving you
That's what I learned from loving you
That's what I learned from loving you



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