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When my heart starts beatin' like a hammer
And my eyes get full of tears
Oh, when my heart starts beatin' like a hammer
And my eyes get full of tears

You know you've only been gone twenty-four hours, baby
Oh, but it seems like, it seems like a million years

Now if I ever mistreated you, baby
You know I didn't mean no harm
Oh, if I ever mistreated you, baby
God knows I didn't mean no harm

You know, I'm just a little country boy, baby
And I was raised right down on the cotton farm

Oh, you give me so much trouble, baby
Babe, that I don't know what to do
Oh, you give me so much trouble, baby
Baby, I don't know, I don't know what to do

Oh, I ain't got nothin', I ain't got nothin' now, baby
Babe, and it's all on, it's all on account of you



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