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The Woman Before Me Lyrics

Artist: Trisha Yearwood
Album: Songbook

I can see you turn away
When I ask what for you say it isn't anything
But I'm not sure
Something underneath the skin
Won't let you be and you try to keep it in
But I can see
That the woman before me must've been hard on you
'Cause that hurt in your eyes I never put you through
Sometimes I think you must be talking to
The woman before me and you

Sometimes in an argument
It will show when you go a little farther than
You meant to go
I know you don't mean the things
That you say
I just want to ease the pain that's in your way

But the woman before me must've been hard on you
'Cause that hurt in your eyes I never put you through
Sometimes I think you must be talking to
The woman before me and you

If there are sorrows that bring back a tear
Don't let them keep us apart
You oughta know you've got nothing to fear
Here in my heart

'Cause you and I will never be
Like the past whatever kind of memories
That you have
Nothings gonna hurt you now
Can't you see I don't want to make a vow
That I can't keep

The woman before me must've been hard on you
'Cause that hurt in your eyes I never put you through
Sometimes I think you must be talking to
The woman before me and you
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