"I Don't Believe You Wanted to Leave" as written by and Glenn Douglas Tubb....
[Speaking]
"Some of the songs I heard by other people, great artists and smaller artists, known writers and unknown writers, back in my formative years, musical and career wise, like back in 1955 and 56. Though I never recorded those songs, and never sang them in public, I've been singing those songs for many many years. Like a friend of mine named Glen Tubb wrote a song at my house in 1956 that I always remembered."

I don't believe you wanted to leave me
You cried too much when you went away
I know deep down inside that you still loved me
But you listened to those lying tongues and things they had to say

Of course they said I was to blame
True or not, you felt ashamed
And they called you a fool each time you listened to my alibis

But I don't believe you wanted to leave me
You cried too much when we said goodbye

[humming]

There's gotta be a way to win
Your love back once again
Cause it just ain't right
To let a love like we had fade and die

And I don't believe you wanted to leave me
You cried too much when we said goodbye


Lyrics submitted by xchoosetodayx

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