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Daryle Singletary – My Heart Population You lyrics

My life is like a country road forgotten two lane through my soul
The sign ahead says welcome to my heart population you

Like old service stations and motels my heart don't take progress well
It's seldom someone passes through my heart population you

Oh it's quiet now in this little one love town
Since you left but you can't be far
And though you're gone surely it can't be for long
Cause you've still got a place in my heart

From the freeway trucks and busses whine a distant sound of modern times
But moving on ain't what we do in my heart population you
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And though you're gone surely it can't be for long
Cause you've still got a place in my heart

The one house that was full of love is all run down and boarded up
But the signs won't change and here there's two my heart population you
The other one says come back soon my heart population you



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