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Marty Robbins – It's A Whole Lot Easier lyrics

My friends tell me forget her
Never let her cross your mind
They make me dates and I hear them state
That I'll forget her kiss in time

I wish they could remember
It's my hurt and not their's
A hurt like this that comes from a kiss
Is a hurt that can't be shared

It's a whole lot easier said
Than ever could be done
And it's a whole lot easier to,
To hold and kiss her
Than to turn away and run

All of my friends advise me
They tell me what to do
I guess it's easy to give advice
When you're not alone and blue

I tell them it's over
I tell 'em that I'm glad
I don't tell 'em there's twenty-four hours
Out of twenty-four that I'm feelin' bad

It's a whole lot easier said
Than ever could be done
And it's a whole lot easier to,
To hold and kiss her
Than to turn away and run

It's a whole lot easier said
Than ever could be done
And it's a whole lot easier to,
To hold and kiss her
Than to turn away and run



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