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Randy Travis – Once You've Heard The Truth lyrics

(Chuck Jones/Leslie Satcher)

It was just like every other morning
The sun was shining
It was storming
They had words over breakfast
And he said something reckless
Just a solitary slip of the tonge
Another woman's name and it was done

Once you've heard the truth
Stared it in the face
Once you've got the proof
There ain't no hiding place
It's like thunder crashing down
Or a freight train running through you
No, you won't forget the sound
Once you've heard the truth

She threw her wedding ring
And it rolled across the floor
She didn't say a thing
But he heard that slamming door

Once you've heard the truth
Stared it in the face
Once you've got the proof
There ain't no hiding place
It's like thunder crashing down
Or a freight train running through you
Oh, you won't forget the sound
Once you've heard the truth

No, you won't forget the sound
Once you've heard the truth

It was just like every other morning
The sun was shining
It was storming



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