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I found all the lies
I found all the times that she cried
I searched my soul and the back of my mind
But I can't find the words that told her goodbye
I found all the crime
Found bits and pieces of love thrown aside
I've been down the road and I've been low and high
But I can't find the words that told her goodbye
And I can find the rain
When I come in out of the pain
I can find the time to lose my mind
But I can't find the words that told her goodbye

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And I can find the rain
When I come in out of the pain
I can find the time to lose my mind
But I can't find the words that told her goodbye
I found new ways to cry
I found the future that I left behind
I've seen the light but I must be blind
Cause I can't find the words

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written by Jon Randall
From Jon Randall "Willin"
Eminent Records 1999
Sony / ATV Songs
Kim Richey - harmony
Harry Stinson - drums
Dave Pomeroy - bass
Kenny Vaughn - guitar
Richard McLaurin - guitar
Tom Britt - slide guitar
Steve Conn - wurlitzer
Jon Randall - vocals / acoustic guitar / electric guitar



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