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Willie Nelson – I Don't Feel Anything lyrics

I don't feel anything what was I worried for
I don't feel love or hate or anything that I felt before
Why was I so afraid of seeing you again
Cause it's the strangest thing I don't feel anything
How I must have loved you once upon a time
And I can't seem to feel emotion now of any kind
Why was I so afraid of seeing you again
Cause it's the strangest thing I don't feel anything
[ guitar ]
You look the same as always time's been good to you
But I must confess that time has done a few things for me too
Why was I so afraid...
But it's the strangest thing I don't feel anything



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