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Jamie O'neal – She Hasn't Heard It Yet lyrics

She looks in his eyes, he looks away
She chalks it up as another one of those days
If there's a reason he's coming home late
She hasn't heard it yet

She warms up his dinner but he can't eat
She makes conversation when he don't speak
He shakes his head as the silence screams
'Cause she hasn't heard it yet

If only love could cry out loud
It'd be enough to send ths old house crashing down
Still, she's choose to turn her head
'Cause it's easier to deny
Then to admit he's been tellin' her goodbye
And she hasn't heard it yet

He leaves his ring as a souvenir
Says so long to himself in the hallway mirror
He''s just closed the door on eighteen years
And she hasn't heard it yet

If only love could cry out loud
It'd be enough to send ths old house crashing down
Still, she's choose to turn her head
'Cause it's easier to deny
Then to admit he's been tellin' her goodbye
And she hasn't heard it yet

It's easier to deny
Then to admit he's been tellin' her goodbye
And she hasn't heard it yet
No, no she hasn't heard it yet



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