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Loretta Lynn – There's More To Leaving Than Just Saying Goodbye lyrics

Tell me that you don't mean the things that you say
You say you want to forgive me so you're leaving today
You don't even see these tears that blind my sight
And you don't know there's more to leaving than just saying goodbye
You know the love that I gave was a true one
But you grew restless for a differnet kind of love
So I cling to my dreams while my heart slowly dies
Don't you know there's more to leaving than just saying goodbye
Don't you know there's more to leavin' than sayin' goodbye
Lonely will follow and sadness will go where you go
Your heart will think your eyes have nothing to do but cry
Cause there's no such more to leaving than just saying goodbye



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