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Where Love Has Died lyrics

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Mel Tillis – Where Love Has Died lyrics

If my years were less if my shoes were new I'd pack my things and I'd leave you
Hitch myself to some westbound train you'd never see me again
If I could dream as I once could I'd be gone it'd be good
I don't want to live haven't never try in some old house where love has died
We once had love but it's gone now don't know when don't know how
We're two strangers under one roof no need to love that's the truth
Love has gone there's nothing left I wanna leave I can't help myself
Don't want to live haven't never try in some old house where love has died
[ ac. Guitar ]
Too many ghosts walk the floor ghosts of the love that ain't no more
I'd like to have what we once had ain't no way and that's too bad
You're too much a part of me for me ever to be free
So we'll keep a living and need to try in some old house where love has died
Some old house where love has died some old house where love has died
Some old house where love has died some old house where love has died



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