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Reba Mcentire – You Really Better Love Me After This lyrics

(bill rice, mary S. Rice)

Your letter found me here in denver
I've changed though since I've been here
I've learned there's more to life
Than your promises

There's someone here
In colorado
Who wont forget tomorrow
So you really better love me after this

On a bus somewhere in kansas
Heading home to take my chances
Lord I hope this time you mean
The things you say

I wont say this is the last time
And let you play with my mind
But you really better love me after this

Chorus:
Cause after all the pain weve been through
After all the chances we blew
Doesnt't't really mean that much to you
But you really better love me

As the bus pulls in the station
I can see you waiting
And I believe we both forget
What we can't forgive

Now were holding to each other
I can feel my heart recover
And I know you'll gonna love me after this

Cause after all the pain weve been through
After all the chances we blew
I guess we really mean that much to you
Oh you're really gonna love you
Oh you're really gonna love me
Oh you're really gonna love me



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