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Breakin' Up Thing lyrics

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Terri Clark – Breakin' Up Thing lyrics

Coffee's still warm in the cup
On your side of the bed
My head's still ringing from everything that you said
I believed that you were mine
Fell hard for every line
That was way too smooth it can't be your first time

You got that breakin' up thing down
Know how to leave without a sound
I could learn a thing or two watching you
Got that breakin' up thing down

You're phone keeps hummin', I'm wonderin' who it could be
Text messages comin', none of them from me
You make misery an art
No respect for the human heart
Take a bow you sure know how to play the part

You got that breakin' up thing down
Know how to leave without a sound
I could learn a thing or two watching you
Got that breakin' up thing down

You're gonna know what lonely means one day
When someone you love just walks away

You got that breakin' up thing down
Know how to leave without a sound
I could learn a thing or two watching you
Got that breakin' up thing down

I'm just a diamond in your crown
I could learn a thing or two watching you
Got that breakin' up thing down

I could learn a thing or two, and honey you
Got that breakin' up thing down



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