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    ROY ORBISON
    - She Even Woke Me Up To Say Goodbye (fragment, 1972)

    / Video by: Darko, 2019

    ♥♥♥ She Even Woke Me Up To Say Goodbye ♥♥♥
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    The morning's come and Lord, my mind is aching
    The sunshine is standing quietly at my door
    Just like the dawn my love is silently breaking
    With my tears it goes tumbling to the floor

    Once again this old town will be talking
    Yes Lord, I've seen the pity in their eyes
    They could never understand
    It's her sorrow, and not a man
    And no matter what they say, I know she tried

    My baby's packed her soft things and she's left me
    But I know she didn't mean to make me cry
    It's not her heart, it's her mind
    She didn't mean to be unkind
    Why she even woke me up to say goodbye

    It's not her heart,it's her mind
    She just didn't mean to be unkind
    Why she even woke me up to say goodbye.

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    INFO * This song is one of hundreds unreleased but recorded songs of Roy Orbison, they are hidden somewhere in vaults.
    So sad, there are more beautiful songs, but still forbidden to post ~~~
     
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