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Dolly Parton – Falling Out Of Love With Me lyrics

The hardest thing I've done or that I'll ever do
Was to just walk off and leave you
But I knew I had to leave you
'Cause I couldn't stay and watch you
Falling out of love with me
The worst pain that I've ever known
Or that I'll ever know
Was to see your love-a-dying
And to have to watch it dying
And I couldn't stand to watch you
Falling out of love with me

I'm hurting now, but still it's better
I left while love was still alive
It was dying and I'd rather
I didn't have to watch it die

The loneliest I've ever been
Or that I'll ever be
Now that I'm without you
But I couldn't stand to watch you
Falling out of love with me

I'm crying now, but still it's better
I left while love was still alive
It was dying and I'd rather
I didn't have to watch it die



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