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Randy Travis – A Heartache In The Works lyrics

(Chet Biggers/Melba Montgomery)

This ole heart of mine
Is now showing signs
From the wear and tear of times
You have taken it and crushed it
Then came close to throwing it away
Holding on to someone who don't love the same way that you do
Always hits right where it hurts
It's a heartache in the works

Looking through my tears
It's hard to see you care
When I know that you don't hear
When I lie away beside you
And cry til I see the light of day

Holding on to someone who don't love the same way that you do
Always hits right where it hurts
It's a heartache in the works

It's hard to keep surviving
When love is slowly dying
And all the pain without keeps building up

Holding on to someone who don't love the same way that you do
Always hits right where it hurts
It's a heartache in the works

Holding on to someone who don't love the same way that you do
Always hits right where it hurts
It's a heartache in the works
It's a heartache in the works



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