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Waylon Jennings – I Think It's Time She Learned lyrics

(Waylon Jennings - Miriam Eddy)
How many times must I tell her
How many times must I say
I won't be around to pick her up again
From now on she'll have to find her own way.
How many years have I loved her
While she stood by so unconcerned
But the things she don't know I'll teach her when I go
She's been wrong and I think it's time she learned.
I think it's time she learned
Love can't live when love is not returned
She thought that I would always stand by
But she's been wrong and I think it's time she learned.
--- Instrumental ---
I think it's time she learned
Love can't live when love is not returned
She thought that I would always stand by
But she's been wrong and I think it's time she learned.
She's been wrong and I think it's time she learned...



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