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Patsy Cline – I Cried All The Way To The Altar lyrics

Written by B. Flournoy
(as recorded by patsy cline 1/5/56)

I cried all the way to the altar
A smile was on my face
But tears were in my heart
Two hearts broken
And a third will soon falter
Now to late I know that we
Were wrong to part
Oh my darlin' now to late
We can't go back and start anew
Now to late I've thrown away
My chance of happiness with you
I cried all the way to the altar
Now to late I know that we
Were wrong to part
Take a calendar and turn back all the pages
Take my life turn back each day since I was born
I cried all the way to the altar
Now to late I see the damage I have done
Oh my darling now to late
We can't go back and start anew
Now to late I've thrown away
My chance of happiness with you
I cried all the way to the altar
Now to late I know that we
Were wrong to part



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