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Conway Twitty – Every Time I Think It's Over lyrics

When we run into problems
It's always hard for me to compromise
I get to thinkin' 'bout my freedom
And all the ways that I could start another life
And I wonder if our forever could be coming to an end
So, everytime I think it's over, I think it over again.

Too many hearts get broken
I know that happens all the time
But, when you split love down the middle
Tell me, where do you draw the line
Anyway you look at it, does anybody win
So, everytime I think it's over, I think it over again.

I've finally come to realize
That ups and downs are all a part of love
And, there's just no better feelin'
When the angers dies, and we start making up
And, from that new beginning we come back to being friends
And, everytime I think it's over, I think it over again.

Too many hearts get broken
I know that happens all the time
But, when you split love down the middle
Tell me, where do you draw the line
Anyway you look at it, does anybody win
So, everytime I think it's over, I think it over again.

And everytime I think it's over, I think it over again...



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