"Holding Her and Loving You" as written by Tom Brasfield and Walt Aldridge....
It's the third hardest thing I'll ever do
Leavin' here without you
And the second hardest thing I'll ever do
Is tellin' her about you
She's been good to me
When things were goin' rough
How can I tell her now: good ain't good enough?
Oh, the hardest thing I've ever had to do
Is holding her, and loving you
If she'd give me one good reason, I'd be gone
She ain't done one thing wrong
So don't expect me to just walk out of the door
I still love her, but I love you more
She's been good to me
When things weren't goin' right
She made my days long before you made my nights
So, the hardest thing I've ever had to do
Is holding her, and loving you
Yeah, the hardest thing I'll ever have to do
Is holding her, and loving you
Girl, the hardest thing I'll ever have to do
Is holding her, and loving you


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"Holding Her and Loving You" as written by Walt Aldridge Tom Brasfield

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