Hurt a Lot Worse When You Go

Album: That Don't Make Me a Bad Guy (2008)
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  • Go on and call me up.
    Tell me you made a grave mistake.
    You know I never once turned you away.

    Bad as I hate to say,
    I know how good it's gonna be.
    If just for a night, I lay you down by me.

    And you lie.
    Like you wont say goodbye.
    Like you do every time.

    [Chorus]
    Come here and kiss me
    And act like you miss me.
    Make me believe we're together.
    Come here and hold me
    And baby control me.
    Touch me like you'll be here forever.
    You never cut me deep enough to tell you no.
    Oh
    Tell me you love me,
    It'll hurt a lot worse when you go.

    I'm not what you want.
    No, I'm not ever gonna be.
    More than someone you come to in need.

    And you lie.
    Like you wont say goodbye.
    Like you do every time.

    [Chorus]

    You never cut me deep enough to tell you no.
    Oh
    Tell me you love me.
    It'll hurt a lot worse when you no.

    Girl, tell me you love me.
    It'll hurt a lot worse when you go. Writer/s: Bobby Pinson, Toby Keith
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Tokeco Tunes
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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