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Jon Randall – The Heartbreak Kind lyrics

Written by Paul Kennerly / Marty Stuart
From Jon Randall "Cold Coffee Morning"
Elektra / Asylum Records 1999
Irving Music / Little March Music / Songs Of Polygrm Intl (Bmi)

You're lying all alone at night
Listen to the rain that's falling down
You're calling out your baby's name
Ah but she just ain't around
Sleep don't come at all
You can't ease a troubled mind
Yea they call it love
Ah but it's the heartbreak kind
Rumors whispered low
There's been talk around the town
The phone don't ring no more
Friends they say don't come around
Suspicion running high
But she says everything is just fine
She tells you that it's love
Ah but it's the heartbreak kind

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There's darkness all around
As the evening shadows fall
Time keeps draggin by
But she ain't coming home at all
You tell yourself she still cares
But pretty soon you're gonna find
You thought it was a lasting love
Ah but it's the heartbreak kind
You thought it was a lasting love
Ah but it's the heartbreak kind



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