"Warning Labels" as written by and Turman/williams....
I begged her to stay I said give me one more try
But she said it's over then she said goodbye
Now I'm at this bar trying to wash away the pain
But every time I hear the jukebox the tears fall like rain
They ought to put warning labels on those sad country songs
Harmful and to your heart, when your left all alone
And if you're drinking you'll start thinking of the love that went wrong
They ought to put warning labels on those sad country songs
They warned me about cigarettes, whiskey and beer
No one ever warned me about the music I hear
I don't guess I wouldn't listen to what they said anyway
But at least I've been ready when the first sad song plays
They ought to put warning labels on those sad country songs
Harmful and to your heart, when your left all alone
And if you're drinking you'll start thinking of the love that went wrong
They ought to put warning labels on those sad country songs
There's nothing harder on my heart then old Haggard and Jones
They ought to put warning labels on those sad country songs


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"Warning Labels" as written by Oscar Turman Kim Williams

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