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George Jones – Stand On My Own Two Knees lyrics

I've tried everything I know to make you happy
Never knew someone could be so hard to please
Loving you is hard and I'm not sure I'll make it
But at least I've learned how to stand on my own two knees.

I've still got my pride it's just that I misplaced it
Anyway it's better lost that no one sees
Maybe I'm not strong enough, right now, to hold you
But at least I've learned how to stand on my own two knees.

It wasn't long ago you had me crawlin'
Oh, but look how far I've come, can't you see
Well, I know I'm still not walking tall but I'm trying
And at least I've learned how to stand on my own two knees.

Yes, I know I'm still not walking tall but I'm trying
And at least I've learned how to stand on my own two knees...



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