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Hank Williams Jr. – She Went A Little Bit Farther lyrics

Loving me to you
Seems such a bother
You made it so easy for me
To love another

So don't you blame her
For stealing me you let her
'Cause where your love stopped
She went a little bit farther

Why you changed so much
I was more at ease with a stranger
And it wasn't so hard
Our love was already in danger

Now she does everything
That pleases me that you never
And where your love stopped
She went a little bit farther

She went a little bit farther
Just to make me feel love
She considered my feelings
Now she's all that I'm thinking of

So don't blame her for stealing me
You know you let her
And where your love stopped
She went a little bit farther

Yeah, where your love stopped
She went a little bit farther



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