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(Brett Warren/Brad Warren/Tom Douglas)

Every Saturday night
I watched Roy Rogers on TV
Back when everything was black and white
And easy to see
But now everything has changed
Except my memory
Of my daddy's voice when I'd fall
And skin my knee

Tell me where does it hurt
Where is the pain
You know if I could I'd make it go away
It's not the end of the world
Not heaven on earth
Did I make it better
Where does it hurt

It's thirty years later
And my little girl she's not quiet grown
In tears she calls me up one night
Says I'm gonna have a child of my own
And the boy that I love
Daddy he's gone away
And of the million things that ran
Through my mind
Only one I can say

Tell me where does it hurt
Where is the pain
You know if I could I'd make it go away
It's not the end of the world
Not heaven on earth
Can I make it better
Where does it hurt

My head's turnin' gray
And I walk really slow
And it's harder to see, and get by on my own
And I wonder if anything I've said has
Ever meant anything
And my daugther says those healing
Words to me

Tell me where does it hurt
Where is the pain
You know if I could I'd make it go away
It's not the end of the world
Not heaven on earth
Can I make it better
Oh, where does it hurt

It's not the end of the world
Can I make it better
Where does it hurt



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