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Loretta Lynn – Wings Upon Your Horns lyrics

Before you first made love to me you called me your wife to be
And after that I saw the devil in your eyes
With your sweet smooth talkin' ways you turned a flame into a blaze
Then I'd've let you hang my wings upon your horns
Don't tell me that I'm no saint I'm the first to know I ain't
There's a little thing called love and that's what change me
From an innocent country girl to a woman of the world
Then I'd've let you hang my wings upon your horns
You hung my wings upon your horns and turned my halo in the thorns
And turned me to a woman I can't stand
You're the first who ever make me fall in love and then not take me
Then I'd've let you hang my wings upon your horns
You hung my wings upon your horns...



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