Heart Won't Tell a Lie

  • I don't get around much like I used to
    I don't cry not unless I want to
    Might mean somethin' yeah

    Might because I lost my baby
    Or it might be my mind, yeah

    Well you might think
    That I'm talkin' crazy
    I might even believe its true
    Cause right my life's a little hazy
    I cant even put on my shoes
    My big girl think the world has gone crazy darling
    Or it might be my mind

    [Chorus]
    Search your soul and you will find
    That your heart won't tell a lie

    I cant lie even if I want to
    Cause my momma didn't raise no fool
    And I've seen what you been beleivin'
    And I know about the golden rule
    Not because I'ma dreamer baby
    Or it might be my mind, my mind

    [Chorus: x2] Writer/s: HENRY GARZA, JOEY GARZA, RINGO GARZA
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Jess from San Antonio, TxThis song is proof that these guys have captured the funky soul of Doug Sahm, mixed in some Double Trouble licks & a bleeding guitar solo that comes from the soul. This song sounds like something you took home and spun on vinyl in the 70's. These Lonely Dudes are some bad ass musicians. Rock on.
  • Lawrence from Erie, PaBy rights I am a heavy metalist, but when you feel the music you have to follow. difinitely a fan!!!! Gotta love the guitar solo!!!!!
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