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You make my eyes run over all the time
You're happy when I'm out of my mind
You don't love me but you won't let me be
Don't you ever get tired of hurting me?

You must think I look bad with a smile
For you haven't let me wear one
In such a long, long while

Still I keep coming back, how can this be?
Don't you ever get tired of hurting me?

You must think I look bad with a smile
For you haven't let me wear one
In such a long, long while

Still I keep coming back, how can this be?
Don't you ever get tired of hurting me?
Don't you ever get tired of hurting me?



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    UnregisteredApr 10, 2012 at 11:47 am
    In my last post i messed up the second line it was suppose to be.. I'm so happy that your mine... But just for the record i am happy all the time thanks no many,many,many thanks to the cross and blood of our risen savior jesus christ the lord... Marshall rodeheaver
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    UnregisteredApr 10, 2012 at 11:41 am
    The song ministers to me and i say [dont you ever get tired of hurting jesus] you make my cup runneth over all the time,i'm so happy all the time... Well you get the point stop by and request your song at leesburg christian center, leesburg,fl if its ok with pastor i'll try to sing it for ya... Marshall rodeheaver

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