"Hard Time" as written by and Michael I./dubois Noble....
I see the sun fall down, watch the shadows grow
And as the night draws in I feel the walls get close
I'm tucked in here with your memory, a prisoner doin' time
The scene keeps repeating where you say goodbye

And it feels like my heart's doin' hard time
Don't know how much I can take
Letting you go was a fool's crime
I'm paying for it every day
With my heart doin' hard time

Staring into the night it's easy to see
Those nights you spent all alone just waiting for me
I took your love for granted, didn't even think twice
I can't escape what I've done, now I'm paying the price

And it feels like my heart's doin' hard time
Don't know how much I can take
Letting you go was a fool's crime
I'm paying for it every day
With my heart doin' hard time

I wish I could change the past
I wouldn't make the same mistake
What I need is a second chance
I learned my lesson

Still it feels like my heart's doin' hard time
Don't know how much I can take
Letting you go was a fool's crime
I'm paying for it every day

Yes, it feels like my heart's doin' hard time
Letting you go was a fool's crime
Yes it feels like my heart's doin' hard time
Letting you go was a fool's crime
(I was such a fool)


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"Hard Time" as written by Michael I. Noble Larry Stewart

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