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Sunny Sweeney – Slow Swinging Western Tunes lyrics

Slow swinging western tunes
Coming from the juke box late last June
This was the way our love song should start
Play it in reverse and you'll get yourself a broken heart

He left her a year ago today
When she got home
She got down on her knees and prayed
She said lord I don't think I'm gonna make it
But you wouldn't hand me something
If you didn't think I could take it
He'd been telling her lies
For six long years
She's over the edge
And her eyes are filled with tears

Slow swinging western tunes
Coming from the juke box late last June
This was the way our love song should start
Play it in reverse and you'll get yourself a broken heart

Daddy walked in a'lookin grim
It was easy for me to see he didn't know where to start
He said honey you know I'd do
Most anything for you
But I can't stop a crack agone and fix a broken heart

Slow swinging western tunes
Coming from the juke box late last June
This was the way our love song should start
Play it in reverse and you'll get yourself a broken heart
Well you play it in reverse and you'll get yourself a broken heart

Slow swinging western tunes



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