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(Lindy Gravelle/Don Pfimmer)

One grain of sand don't make a desert
A drop in the ocean is too hard to measure
One little lie doesn't mean you're a liar
One puff of smoke doesn't mean there's a fire

So how could a mountain of love disappear
A little bit there, a little bit here

Oh, one thing led to another
One night at a time, we lost each other
You're workin' late, she called again
A couple of drinks, she's just your friend
What's the harm
Oh, one thing led to another's arms

You'd fall into bed, too tired to hold me
A couple of rumors, some nobody told me
The first time your touch was just not the same
The night you blew up when I said her name

I closed my eyes to the tears on my face
But finally the pieces just fell into place

Oh, one thing led to another
One night at a time, we lost each other
You're workin' late, she called again
A couple of drinks, she's just your friend
What's the harm
Oh, one thing led to another's arms
Oh, one thing led to another's arms



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