"I Might Even Quit Lovin' You" as written by Slugger Morrissette, Mark Chesnutt and Roger Kent Springer....
Ever since you told me we were through
I've been down, I've been down
The love you said I'd find to take your place
Never came around, never came around
But one of these days I'll stand on my own
And I'll turn this bleeding heart into stone

Gonna reach way down inside
And find a brand new will to live
Got plans to forget about
The way you made me feel
Gonna walk outside one night
And turn your memory loose
And when I do, I might even quit loving you
And when I do, I might even quit loving you

There was a time I thought I knew for certain
You'd come home, you'd come home
But judging from the nights I've spent without you
I was wrong, I was wrong
The time has finally come to face the truth
There's only one thing left I can do

Gonna reach way down inside
And find a brand new will to live
Got plans to forget about
The way you made me feel
Gonna walk outside one night
And turn your memory loose
And when I do, I might even quit loving you
And when I do, I might even quit loving you



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"I Might Even Quit Lovin' You" as written by Roger Springer Mark Chesnutt

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