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Holly Dunn – Talking Goodbye lyrics

I heard you saying you're thinking bout getting out
Leaving him and your old life behind
Well if you want to go without any doubts
You'd better know what you're talking about

You're talking tears you're talking cold and lonely nights
Where the heartaches don't leave when morning comes
You're talking losing what you never thought you'd find
You're talking bad times when you're talking goodbye

You feel like you're living somebody else's dream
And all that's gold has turned into rust
But when you're talking about tossing that ring
You'd better know just what that means

You're talking tears...

There was a time when I had a choice to make
I let love slip through my hands
So if you want to talk about making mistakes
That's one thing I understand

You're talking tears...



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