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Kitty Wells – You Don't Hear lyrics

Lately you spent a lot of time at parties
Your head held high in a world of make believe
You don't hear a word that I tell you
And I can see you no longer care for me.

You don't hear a word that I'm saying
May as well be talking to the ceiling
I want you to know how much I love you
I talk to you all the time but you don't hear.

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If you'd stop for a minute and listen
You would save yourself a lot of tears
Your party gals won't love you like I do
I've tried to tell you but you don't hear.

You don't hear a word that I'm saying
May as well be talking to the ceiling
I want you to know how much I love you
I talk to you all the time but you don't hear.

I talk to you all the time but you don't hear...



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