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You've Got Your Troubles (i've Got Mine) lyrics

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Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan – You've Got Your Troubles (i've Got Mine) lyrics

I see that worried look upon your face you've got your troubles I've got mine
You've found somebody else to take my place
You've got your troubles and I've got mine
I too have lost my love today all of my dreams have blown away
Now just like you I sit and wonder why you've got your troubles and I've got mine
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You need some sympathy well so do I you've got your troubles and I've got mine
You used to love me that I know not so very long ago
We were walking we were talking the way that lovers do
I'd have another place another time
I know you've got your troubles honey I've got mine
You've got your troubles I've got mine you've got your troubles I've got mine



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