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Jim Reeves – Teardrops On The Rocks lyrics

Well hello Sam now how you been guess it's a while since I've been in
Before she left you know we came here a lot
Oh but without her here it's not the same pour just one and keep the change
Tonight I'm having teardrops on the rocks
Well I remember when she sat right there I can close my eyes and see
Those soft lights shining in her hair and she's saying she loves me
Although I know it's just pretend and I can't turn back the clock
I'm keeping memories alive with teardrops on the rocks teardrops on the rocks

I had to come back just once again cause Sam you used to be our friend
Now let me talk of things that used to be
Say here's a dime go play our song just one more time and I'll be gone
Tonight it's teardrops on the rocks for me
Yes I remember when she sat right there...
(Sam how bout pour me one more drink)



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