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Written by D. Haddock, E. Miller and W.S. Stevenson
(As released by Patsy Cline November 18, 1957)
Don't wanna walk unless I'm walkin' with you
Don't wanna talk unless I'm talkin' to you
Don't wanna be lonesome, don't wanta be blue
Baby, that's how much I love you.
Don't wanna live unless I'm livin' with you
Don't wanna give unless I'm givin' to you
Don't wanna be lonesome, don't wanta be blue
Baby, that's how much I love you.
Chorus:
I built my whole world around you
Darlin', don't ever break my heart
I'm so glad that I found you
And in my life, you'll always play a part.
Don't wanna cry unless I'm cryin' for you
Don't wanna sigh unless I'm sighin' for you
Don't wanna be found with somebody new
Baby, that's how much I love you.
--- Instrumental ---
Chorus:
I built my whole world around you
Darlin', don't ever break my heart
Well, I'm so glad that I found you
And in my life, you'll always play a part.
I Don't wanna cry unless I'm cryin' for you
I Don't wanna sigh unless I'm sighin' for you
I Don't wanna be found with somebody new
Baby, that's how much I love you.
Baby, that's how much I love you...



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