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Kitty Wells – My Used To Be Darling lyrics

I'm almost ashamed now for people to know
That you are the one I once worshipped so
For they didn't know you as you were then
My used to be darling, I can't trust you again.

My used to be darling once loving and sweet
Today you're no more than a stranger to me
Too far you drifted in wild reckless fun
My used to be darling just look what you've done.

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As I see you tonight in the dim lights of shame
I remember how proudly I once spoke your name
As you touched your lips to that bottle of wine
I remember the thrills when they used to touch mine.

My used to be darling once loving and sweet
Today you're no more than a stranger to me
Too far you drifted in wild reckless fun
My used to be darling just look what you've done...



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