You Could Break a Heart Like That

Album: Even The River Runs (2013)
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  • So you felt a little restless,
    You got a little reckless,
    You had your fun all over town.
    I don't know what you think you're provin',
    Everything you're doin',
    It's a rumor that's been goin' around.
    I wanna believe
    You're not that way
    So I'm tellin' you before it's too late,

    Baby, you,
    You can break a heart like that.
    Yeah, it's true,
    Some things you just can't take back.
    And you can't undo the damage
    To the one you love
    Sometimes sorry just ain't enough

    Baby you,
    You can break a heart like that

    So maybe you've been careless
    This time oughta fail us
    I trust you'd never hurt a friend.
    Don't wanna be down on your knees
    And pickin' up the pieces
    Of somethin' that's not meant to bend.
    When the bleedin' starts,
    There's no stoppin' the pain,
    And that blood won't go back into the veins.

    Baby, you,
    You can break a heart like that.
    Yeah, it's true,
    Somethin' you just can't take back.
    And you can't undo the damage
    To the one you love
    Sometimes sorry just ain't enough.

    Baby you,
    You can break a heart like that.

    You're gonna find out what you lost
    When you find yourself alone,
    Then you'll know the cost
    'Cause it's gonna be your own

    You,
    You can break a heart like that.
    Yeah, it's true,
    Some things you just can't take back.

    Baby, you,
    You can break a heart like that.
    Yeah, it's true,
    Some things you just can't take back.
    And you can't undo the damage
    To the one you love
    Sometimes sorry just ain't enough.

    Baby you,
    You can break a heart like that

    Baby you,
    You can break a heart like that Writer/s: JAMES DEAN HICKS, JAMIE HOUSTON, JOEL CROUSE
    Publisher: Walt Disney Music Company
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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