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Where It Use To Break lyrics

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Lila Mccann – Where It Use To Break lyrics

How it happened I haven't a clue
I just woke up one morning and was over you
No hallelujah chorus, nothing written in the stars
Just a peaceful feeling settled on my heart

Chorus:
Oh no, there ain't no easy way
No deed that you can do, no magic prayer you can pray
Oh yeah, time is what it takes
To make the heart stop bending
Where it use to break, Yeah

It was wishful thinking, thinking I'd be alright
With a pep talk from my sister, and a couple good cries
It only got better, when I got it through my head
Ain't no getting around a heartache
Gotta roll with it instead

Chorus
Oh no, there ain't no easy way
No deed that you can do, no magic prayer you can pray
Oh yeah, time is what it takes
To make the heart stop bending
Where it use to break, Yeah

Little by little
On tear at a time
I felt like I was dying
But I made it out alive

Chorus
Oh no, there ain't no easy way
No deed that you can do, no magic prayer you can pray
Oh yeah, time is what it takes
To make the heart stop bending
Where it use to break, Yeah



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