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Jim Ed Brown – You've Seen That Look On Me A Thousand Times lyrics

It's four A. M. And you're just gettin' in
Your first night out I won't ask you where you've been
You're so ashamed your eyes can't meet mine
You've seen that look on me a thousand times
What makes us do the things we do heaven only knows
We think we have a secret but it always shows
I taught you how to cheat you're doing fine
You've seen that look on me a thousand times

But I still love you and you still love me and these are things our eyes should never see
But if we do I know the blame is mine you've seen that look on me a thousand times
What makes us do the things we do...
You've seen that look on me a thousand times



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