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Mark Chesnutt – 'till A Better Memory Comes Along lyrics

(gene dobbins, glenn ray, tim mensy)

See the lines in my face, there's one for everyday
I've lived without you and held you only in my mind
See these hands, how they shake, how long it will take
Before I leave you in the past where you belong
One day I might forget, but right now I'm not that strong
So I'll hold on Ў®til a better memory comes along
If someone could really touch me
The way you used to do
If she could find one single feelin'
That didn't start with me and you
Maybe then I might forget, but right now I'm not that strong
So I'll hold on Ў®til a better memory comes along
Maybe then I might forget, but right now I'm not that strong
So I'll hold on Ў®til a better memory comes along
I'm holding on,Ў®til a better memory comes along



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