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Linda Davis – From The Inside Out lyrics

(Marc Beeson/Angela Kaset)

First time he laid eyes on her he kissed his heart goodbye.
He nearly drove right off the road and all she did was smile.
But when she burned up their first dinner and laid cryin' on the couch.
That's the moment that he fell in love from the inside out.

She loved the way he always brought flowers to the door.
He took her to new places that she'd never been before.
When he lost his job and he lost his pride and his heart was filled with doubt.
That's when she knew how much she loved that man from the inside out.

From the inside love is stronger than the outside looking in.
When the tears fall you learn what love is about from the inside out.

She has watched her ravine hair slowly turn to gray.
Since the day that he retired he just gets in the way.
Well they ain't much to look at.
Two old faces in the crowd.
But that could write the book of love from the inside out.

From the inside love is stronger than the outside looking in.
When the tears fall you learn what love is about from the inside out.


From the inside out.
From the inside.
First time he laid eyes on her he kissed his heart goodbye.



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