"Salt in my Tears" as written by and Martin Briley....
I never did it
No I won't admit it
Why should I lie for you anymore?
You never loved me
You pushed and you shoved me
I seen a woman I never saw
I saw you laugh when the knife was twisted
It still hurts but the pain has shifted
I'm looking back at the time that drifted by
But I won't cry for the wasted years
'Cause you ain't worth the salt in my tears

Feeling neglected
Used and rejected
You need a shoulder to lean upon
Maybe you've picked him
Found your next victim
Don't worry someone will come along
I broke the spell that you kept me under
I'd had enough of the rain and thunder
I lost track of the time and I wonder why
But I won't cry for the wasted years
'Cause you ain't worth the salt in my tears

I'll sit around and drink a few more beers
Until the memory just disappears
'Cause you ain't worth the salt in my tears


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"The Salt in My Tears" as written by Martin Briley

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    General CommentNever heard this song, but the lyrics are unreal. Awesome!
    jdeeregirlohon June 04, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis song came out around 1982 or 1983 when you were one. I don't know if it is still in print but it is a great song and if you can ever get a chance to listen to it, it would be worth your time.
    BWoodmeyeron June 05, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI really should email this to my ex.
    jdeeregirlohon June 06, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis tune's 'bout a fellow named Martin
    Who's just getting over a partin'
    And these lyrics he wrote
    are a harsh farewell note
    To the gal who has got him disheartened
    CuteSparkinaon October 21, 2012   Link

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