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Tammy Cochran – I Used To Be That Woman lyrics

Rumors spread
Lies are told
Covering up a lover
So nobody knows
Deceit and denial
Foolish alibis
One innocent soul gets burned

I used to be that woman
I used to be that woman
She'll soon find out... The hard way about him
It won't take too long
This small towns talking
And it'll hurt like hell
And break her heart
I know... I used to be that woman

She's even asked if there's someone else
Then she says she's sorry for having doubts
She'll lose a little weight
Maybe color her hair
Do anything to spark the fire that's no longer there

I used to be that woman
I used to be that woman
She'll soon find out.. The hard way about him
It won't take too long
This small towns talking
And it'll hurt like hell
And break her heart
I know... I used to be that woman

When I see what's being done
My mind goes back in time
When I was one who believed those lies

I used to be that woman
I used to be that woman
She'll soon find out the hard way about him
It won't take too long
This small towns talking
And it'll hurt like hell
And break her heart
I know... I used to be that woman

I used to be that woman
I used to be that woman



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