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Just an ordinary minute without you
But I'm used to it
Just the ordinary heartache I go through
But I'm used to it
Whoever said time heals all wounds
Never had to lose someone like you
My heart is broken my soul's in pieces too
But I'm used to it
Sometimes I feel so guilty for feeling the way I do
Cause I'm still in live with you
But I'm getting used to it
Everybody's so proud of me these days looks like I'm fime
I guess I've gotten use to it
Some hero for dealing with the pain
Getting on with life
I guess I'm used to it
I learned not to talk about you
Cause they get tired of of hearing bout the tears I cry without you
My heart is broken my soul's in pieces too
But I'm used to it
Sometimes I feel so guilty for feeling the way I do
Cause I'm still in live with you
But I'm getting used to it


>From Radney Foster "Are You Ready For The Big Show"
Dual Tone Records 2001
Universal Polygram Publishing/Spunker Songs (ASCAP)

Jeff Armstrong keyboards
Chris Thile mandolin
Byron House bass
Ashley Arrison background vocals
Mike McAdam guitar
MAtt Thompson drums



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