Ain't Much Left of Lovin' You

Album: Randy Montana (2010)
  • There's an evening dress in the closet with a red wine stain on the sleeve
    Your pillow's still on the bed where we used to sleep
    And in the dresser drawer there's a couple more things that smell like your perfume
    But other than that there ain't much left of lovin' you

    And all I got left is a big broken heart and memories I can't drink away
    Just because the man I was wasn't enough to make you stay
    The heaven we had, the hell that I'm going through
    Other than that, there ain't much left of lovin' you

    The flowers that you planted on either side of the steps out front
    Before they bloom I think I might dig 'em up
    And that old porch swing, those songs you sing, and the cold and bitter truth
    But other than that there ain't much left of lovin' you

    And all I got left is a big broken heart and memories I can't drink away
    And just because the man I was wasn't enough to make you stay
    The heaven we had, the hell that I'm going through
    Other than that, there ain't much left of lovin' you

    The heaven we had, the hell that I'm going through
    Other than that, there ain't much left
    The heaven we had, the hell that I'm going through
    Other than that, there ain't much left of lovin' you

    Yeah, there ain't much left, there ain't much left of lovin' you Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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