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Well I didn't come here tonight looking to talk to him
Cause the last thing that I need is to hear those lies again
If he tells me one more time that his love for me will last
I might just start believing him and forget about his past

So I'd better stay out of sight cause my heart's in trouble tonight
Yes I'd better stay out of sight cause my heart's in trouble tonight

Well I have never been known to sidestep trouble before
But if what they're sayin' is true I can't listen to him anymore
He might think he knows me well but I've made up my mind
And when I walk out that door I'll walk out alone this time

So I'd better stay out of sight...
[ guitar - steel ]
No I didn't come here tonight looking to talk to him
Cause the last thing that I need is to hear those lies again
He might think he knows me well but I've made up my mind
And when I walk out that door I'll walk out alone this time

So I'd better stay out of sight...
Yeah my heart's in trouble tonight



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