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Clay Walker – I Won't Have The Heart lyrics

(Clay Walker/Kim Williams/Kent Blazy)

The frost on the ground in this tiny Texas Town
Youґre packing up the you-Haul in the yard
I gave you everything, all Iґm taking is the blame
And you wonder if Iґm gonna fall apart
Well darling I just wonґt have the heart

I wonґt have the heart to love again
Just ask anyone who knows
No I wonґt have the heart to love again
Youґll be taking it with you when you go

The morning air is cold sending shivers to my soul
But itґs warmer than the look I got from you
If youґre gonna leave tell me where does that leave me
Donґt tell me Iґll find somebody new
ґCause darling I wonґt have the heart to

I wonґt have the heart to love again
Just ask anyone who knows
No I wonґt have the heart to love again
Youґll be taking it with you when you go



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