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Youve seen the way I entertain a crowd.
I use to pack em in for miles around.
And I play the happy songs that made em smile.
Whyd she want to go and change my style?
Nobody like sad songs, ones about devise,
Songs about broken hearts with tears in your eyes.
Nobody like sad songs - since you went away.
Seems like sad songs are all I can play.
A crowd gets restless, they drift away.
Lately no one wants to hear me play.
I tried to do the songs I use to do
Ah, but then I think of you.
Nobody like sad songs, ones about devise,
Songs about broken hearts with tears in your eyes.
Nobody like sad songs - since you went away.
Seems like sad songs are all I can play.
The boss just told me
Ronnie, things aren't going well
Hes gonna let me go, I can tell.
He said what happened son, you had it made
Whyd you change the way you played.
Cause, nobody like sad songs, ones about devise,
Songs about broken hearts with tears in your eyes.
Nobody like sad songs - since you went away.
Seems like, seems like sad songs are all I can play.
Nobody like sad songs, ones about devise,
Songs about broken hearts with tears in your eyes.
Nobody like sad songs - since you went away.
Seems like sad songs are all I can play.
Nobody like sad songs, ones about devise,
Songs about broken hearts, with tears in your eyes
Nobody like sad songs, since you went away.
You know it seems like sad songs are all I can play.



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