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Trisha Yearwood – I Would've Loved You Anyway lyrics

If I'd've known the way that this would end
If I'd've read the last page first
If I'd've had the strength to walk away
If I'd've known how this would hurt...

[Chorus 1:]
I would've loved you anyway
I'd do it all the same
Not a second I would change
Not a touch that I would trade
Had I known my heart would break
I'd've loved you anyway

It's bittersweet to look back now
At mem'ries withered on the vine
But just to hold you close to me
For a moment in time...

[Repeat chorus 1]

[Bridge:]
And even if I'd seen it coming
You'd still've seen me running
Straight into your arms

[Chorus 2:]
I would've loved you anyway
I'd do it all the same
Not a second I would change
Not a touch that I would trade
Had I known my heart would break
I would've loved you anyway
I would've loved you anyway



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