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(Paul Nelson/ Gayla Borders/ Jeff Borders)

You know I 'm not one to crawl in a shell
But it was one of those days I wasn't sure of myself
It was nothing too serious just a curious mood
This old world seems so wrong, but then right on cue

You came home a little bit early
Told me, "Darlin', don't worry,
Nothin' could ever tear us apart."
You took me out for a little romancin'
Sweet songs and moonlight dancin'
Baby, you musta been readin' my heart

I remember when love was nothin' we planned
We'd get lost in the moment in our own wonderland
We did what we dared, now we do what we must
Just when I started missin' the way it once was

You came home a little bit early
Told me, "Darlin', don't worry,
Nothin' could ever tear us apart."
You took me out for a little romancin'
Sweet songs and moonlight dancin'
Baby, you musta been readin' my heart

You always catch me when I'm fallin' (fallin')
You musta heard the sound of my heart callin' (callin')

Cause you came home a little bit early
Told me, "Darlin' don't worry,
Nothin' could ever tear us apart."
You took me out for a little romancin'
Sweet songs and moonlight dancin'
Baby, you musta been readin' my...
Baby, you musta been readin' my...
Baby, you musta been readin' my heart



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