"Since I Don't Have You" as written by Mark Collie and Marty Stuart....
The man on the street without any shoes
With nowhere to go and nothing to lose
Somehow I can tell what he's going through
He looks like I feel since I don't have you

Since I don't have you, I've learned to survive
On little or nothing to keep me alive
I'd turn to another but to tell you the truth
I don't have the heart since I don't have you

I start out each day without any clue
Of where I might be when my day is through
And I don't have a friend that I haven't used
To get through the night since I don't have you

Since I don't have you, I've learned to survive
On little or nothing to keep me alive
I'd turn to another but to tell you the truth
I don't have the heart since I don't have you
I don't have the heart since I don't have you


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"Since I Don't Have You" as written by Marty Stuart Mark Collie

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