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Talking In Your Sleep

(Roger Cook, Bobby Wood) Three o'clock in the mornin' And it looks like it's gonna be another sleepless night I've been listening to your dreams and gettin' very low Wonderin' what I can do Maybe I'm bein' foolish 'Cause I haven't heard you mention anybody's name at all How I wish I could be sure it's me that turns you on Each time you close your eyes I've heard it said that dreamers never lie You've been talkin' in you sleep Sleeping in your dreams, with some sweet lover Holdin' on so tight lovin' her the way You used to love me Talkin' in your sleep With lovin' on your mind Repeat Verse #2 'Cause (Repeat Verse #3) 'Cause (Repeat Verse #3)

Please Come To Boston

(Dave Loggins) He said please come to Boston For the springtime I'm stayin' here with some friends And they've got lots of room You can sell your paintings on the sidewalk By a cafe where I hope to be workin' soon Please come to Boston I said no, boy would you come home to me Chorus: (And) I said, ramblin' boy Why don't you settle down (Boston, Denver, L.A.) ain't your kind of town There ain't no gold And there ain't nobody like me I'm the number one fan Of the man from Tennessee He said, please come to Denver With the snowfall We'll move up into the mountains So far we can't be found And throw I love you echos Down the canyons And then lie awake at night Until they come back around Please come to Denver I just said no boy won't you come home to me Repeat Chorus: Now that drifter's word Goes round and round And I doubt if it's ever gonna stop But of all the dreams He's lost or found And all that I ain't got He's still needs to lean to Somebody he can sing to He said please come to L.A. To live forever A California life alone Is just too hard to build I live in a house that Looks out over the ocean And there's some stars That fell from the sky Livin' up on the hill Please come to L.A. I just said no Boy, won't you come home to me Repeat Chorus I'm the number one fan of the man from Tennessee Tennessee

On My Own ( with special guests Trisha Yearwood, Martina McBride, Linda Davis) (Carole Bayer Sager, Burt Bacharach)

So many times I said it was forever Said our love would always be true Somethin' in my heart always knew I'd be lying there beside him On my own, On my own, On my own So many promises never should be spoken Now you know what loving him costs Now you're even talking divorce And you weren't even married On my own Once again I'm One more time by myself No one said it would be easy But it once was so easy Well I believe in love now here I stand You wonder why I'm on my own Why did it end this way On my own This wasn't how it was supposed to be On my own I wish that we could do it all again So many times I know I could have told you That losing him would cut like a knife He walked out and there went your life I don't want to live without him On my own This wasn't how it was supposed to end On my own I wish that we could do it all again On my own I never dreamed I'd spend one night alone by myself On my own You've got to find out where you belong again On my own You've got to learn how to be strong again On my own I never dreamed I'd spend one night alone by myself You've got to find out where you belong again Your heart is saying that it's time again And I know that you're gonna shine again

I Won't Mention It Again

(Cameron L. Mullins, Carolyn Jean Yates) I know you're tired of being all I ever wanted You no longer feel the love I have for you What happens now, what will I do with all the memories And the dreams of all the things we'll never do But I won't mention it again I won't think about tomorrow Just let it happen Live each hour day by day But let me tell you before you go, how much I love you Then I won't mention it again I won't mention it again I feel my life Has reached an early sign of autumn In my heart the leaves are falling, love is cold And everything that once was warm and new is gone now Leaving nothing but this hunger in my soul

You're No Good

(Clint Ballard, Jr.) Feelin' better Now that we're through Feelin' better 'Cause I'm over you I learned my lesson It left a scar But now I see How you really are Chorus: You're no good, you're no good You're no good...baby you're no good I'm gonna say it again You're no good, you're no good You're no good...baby you're no good Broke a heart Gentle and true Left a man Over someone like you I'll beg his forgiveness On bended knee But I wouldn't blame him If he said to me Repeat Chorus I'm tellin' you now baby That I'm going my way Forget about you baby 'Cause I'm leaving today Ring On Her Finger, Time On Her Hands (Don Goodman, Pam Rose, Mary Ann Kennedy) I stood before God, my family and friends And vowed that I'd never love anyone else again Only him As pure as my gown of white I stood by his side And promised that I'd love him till the day I died Lord, please forgive me even though I lied 'Cause you're the only one who knows just how hard I tried Chorus: I had a ring on my finger and time on my hands The woman in me needed the warmth of a man The gold turned cold in my wedding band It's just a ring on your finger When there's time on your hands When I add up all the countless nights I cried myself to sleep And all the broken promises you somehow failed to keep He can't blame me He's the one who left me too many times alone In a three bedroom prison I tried to make a home My love slowly died but the fire inside still burned And the arms of a stranger was the only place left to turn Repeat Chorus Repeat Chorus

Five Hundred Miles Away From Home

(Bobby Bare, Charlie Williams, Hedy West) Tear drops fell on mama's note When I read the things she wrote She said, we miss you girl We love you come on home Well I didn't have to pack I had it all right on my back Now I'm five hundred miles away from home Chorus: Away from home, away from home Cold and tired and all alone Yes, I'm five hundred miles away from home It's hard to tell the state I'm in Where I'm going, where I've been But there's a dream I've been following so long If mama knew the things I've done She'd forgive them everyone But I'm still five hundred miles away from home Repeat Chorus Can't remember when I ate it's just thumb and walk and wait And I'm still five hundred miles away from home If my luck had been just right I'd be with them all tonight But I'm still five hundred miles away from home Repeat Chorus Lord, I'm still five hundred miles away from home

Starting Over Again

(Donna Summer, Bruce Sudano) Mama moved out Daddy sold the house They split up the money And went on their own way And all the kings horses And all the kings men couldn't put mama and daddy back together again Starting over again Where should they begin 'Cause they never been out on their own Starting over again Where do you begin When your dreams are all shattered and the kids are all grown And the whole world cries He got an apartment She moved in with her sisters He's schemin' big deals with one of his friends While she sits at home sortin' out pieces Of left over memories from thirty odd years Starting over again Where do you begin When you've never been out on your own Starting over again Never any end What will the neighbors say They're talking talk it's small town news They're fifty years old wrecking up a happy home And this far down the road You find yourself alone Two fools Starting over again Where do you begin When you've never been out on your own Starting over again Never any end When your dreams are all shattered and the kids are all grown And all the kings horses And all the kings men couldn't put mama and daddy back together again

You Keep Me Hangin' On

(Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, Edward Holland, Jr.) Set me free why don't you baby Get out of my life why don't you baby 'Cause you don't really love me You just keep me hangin' on You don't really need me But you keep me hangin' on Why do you keep a comin' around Playin' with my heart Why don't you get out of my life And let me make a new start Let me get over you The way you've gotten over me Repeat Chorus You say although we broke up You still wanna be just friends But how can we be friends When seeing you only breaks my heart again You claim you still care for me But your heart and soul need to be free Now that you got your freedom baby You wanna still hold on to me You don't want me for yourself So let me find somebody else Why don't you be a man about it And set me free You don't care a thing about me You're just using me So get out get out get out of my life And let me sleep at night 'Cause you don't really love me You just keep me hangin' on Keep me hangin' on Keep me hangin' on

By The Time I Get To Phoenix

(Jim Webb) By the time I get to Phoenix he'll be risin' He'll find the note I left hangin' on his door And he'll laugh when he reads the part that says I'm leavin' 'Cause I've left that man so many times before By the time I make Albuquerque he'll be workin' He'll probably stop at lunch and give me a call But he'll just hear that phone keep on ringin' Off the wall, that's all By the time I make Oklahoma he'll be sleepin' He'll turn softly and call my name out low And he'll cry just to think I'd really leave him Though time and time I've tried to tell him so Oh, he just didn't know I would really go I would really go



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