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Glen Campbell – Walking The Floor Over You lyrics

Now darling you know I love you so well yes I love you more than words could ever tell
I thought that you wanted me and always would be mine
But now you've gone and left me with trouble on my mind
Now someday you may be lonesome too walking the floor is good for you
Just keep right on walking it won't hurt you to cry
Just remember that I love you and I will the day I die
I'm walking the floor over you I can't sleep a wink that is true
I'm hoping and I'm praying too as my heart breaks right in two
Walking the floor over you walking the floor



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