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Mark Chesnutt – Goodbye Heartache lyrics

(mark chesnutt, steve leslie, roger springer)
You've been gone almost a month
Girl I nearly died
For twenty seven days and nights
Sat right here and cried
If it wasn't for your memory
I'd been here all alone
Goodbye heartache, darlin', welcome home

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Treat me any way you want to
Even cuss and swear
Call me anything you need to
I promise I wont care
Just let it all out, you're right I was wrong
Goodbye heartache, darlin', welcome home

There's really just no good excuse
For the things I said
The way that I stood up to you
I must have lost my head
And I'm not ashamed to say
Thank God those days are gone
Goodbye heartache, darlin', welcome home

©1997 emi music publishing



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