"Honky Tonk Heart" as written by and Ralph Smith....
Well, I met you in a bar and you looked like a movie star
When we touched, I could feel a spark
I was young and foolish too, my friends warned me about you
But I believed in your honky tonk heart

Our song of love is almost ended
I can feel us driftin' apart
I won't play second fiddle
To the beat of your honky tonk heart

Well, we used to feel the same but now one of us has changed
Oh, the night life isn't my life anymore
What matters most to me is a home and a family
But you can't find that behind those swingin' doors

Our song of love is almost ended
I can feel us driftin' apart
I won't play second fiddle
To the beat of your honky tonk heart

Though I'm back to the bar where I found you
Though I'm back to your so called second home
You'll feel better with your good time friends around you
And I'll be here but I won't be alone

Our song of love is almost ended
I can feel us driftin' apart
I won't play second fiddle
To the beat of your honky tonk heart
To the beat of your honky tonk heart


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"Honky Tonk Heart" as written by James G. Photoglou Howard Russell Smith

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