"Any Old Arms Won't Do" as written by Willie Nelson and Hank Cochran....
I'd like to rush into somebody's arms
And lose myself inside
But just any old arms won't do
They must belong to you
I'd like to know the soothing comfort
Of a love that never dies
But just any old love won't do
That love must come from you
I've tried so hard to find someone to love
Since I lost you
But they only make me realize
How much that I need you
I'd like to know when I grow older
Someone's heart will still be true
But just any old heart won't do
It must belong to you
I've tried so hard to find someone to love
Since I lost you
But they only make me realize
How much that I need you
I'd like to know when I grow older
Someone's heart will still be true
But just any old heart won't do
It must belong to you


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"Any Old Arms Won't Do" as written by Willie Nelson Hank Cochran

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