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How's The World Treating You lyrics

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Jim Reeves – How's The World Treating You lyrics

I've had nothing but sorrow since you said we were through
There's no hope for tomorrow how's the world treating you
Every sweet thing that mattered has been broken in two
All my dreams have been shattered how's the world treating you
Got no plans for next Sunday got no plans for today
Everyday is blue Monday every day you're away
Though our pathways have partied to your mem'ry I'm true
Guess I'll stay broken hearted how's the world treating you
Do you wonder about me like I'm hoping you do
Are you lonesome without me have you found someone new
Are you burning and yearning do you ever get blue
Do you think of my returning how's the world treating you



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