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Ricky Skaggs – Think Of What You've Done lyrics

IIs it true that I've lost you?
Am I not the only one?
After all this pain and sorrow
Darlin', think of what you've done

Heart to heart, dear, how I need you
Like the flowers need the dew
Lovin' you has been my life blood
I can't believe we're really through

Is it true that I've lost you?
Am I not the only one?
After all this pain and sorrow
Darlin', think of what you've done

I look back to old Virginia
Where the mountains meet the skies
In those hills I learned to love you
Let me stay there till I die

Is it true that I've lost you?
Am I not the only one?
After all this pain and sorrow
Darlin', think of what you've done

Is it true that I've lost you?
Am I not the only one?
After all this pain and sorrow
Darlin', think of what you've done



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