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Mark Chesnutt – You'd Be Wrong lyrics

(Tony Martin / Mark Nesler)

You would think after all this time
I wouldn't let you in tonight
That all those feelings for you would be gone
You would think but you'd be wrong

You would think one little kiss
Wouldn't temped me like this
That I'd have pride and pretend to be strong
You would think but you'd be wrong

(bridge)
Love can be so deceiving
I should hate you but I don't
No matter what I do my heart still wants what it wants

(repeat bridge)

You would think that just because
I told the truth confessed my love
I'd take you back rather than be alone
You would think but you'd be wrong



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