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Lorrie Morgan – 1-800 Used To Be lyrics

(Craig Wiseman/David Duncan)

Well you always only use your love to tease me
You really don't me on
You only lead me on
And I always bite your line, hook and sinker
But you know I'm thinking
That I'm catching on

So if you ever wonder where to find me
Look under "M" for memory
Baby, today I've changed my number
So the next time you wanna talk to me
Dial 1-800 use to be

Well every time I hear someone has left you
Baby I can't bet you'll
Be on the phone
Telling me you finally came back to your senses
Oh, but your senses
Never stay too long

So if you ever wonder where to find me
Look under "M" for memory
Baby, today I've changed my number
So the next time you wanna talk to me
Dial 1-800 use to be

Next time you wanna hear me
Whisper your name
Let your fingers do the walking
Down memory lane

So if you ever wonder where to find me
Look under "M" for memory
Baby, today I've changed my number
So the next time you wanna talk to me
Dial 1-800 use to be

Next time you wanna talk to me
Dial 1-800 use to be
Next time you wanna talk to me
Dial 1-800 use to be



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