"You Could've Heard a Heartbreak" as written by and Timothy Jon/jones Johnson....
Tall and lean, sexy Dorene parted them swinging doors
She was holding hands with some honky tonk man, no one had ever seen before
She was Bubba Jones's girl, his whole world
Never knew a man as mean or as strong
There was bound to be trouble when she burst Bubba's bubble
And he found out she was doing him wrong
Then right about ten Bubba walked in, the crowd did a double take
You could've heard a heartbreak

[Chorus]
You could've heard a pin drop, even the jukebox stopped
No clinking glass, no belly laughs, no whispers, no small talk
Just silence all around and that little cracking sound
That only one thing makes, you could've heard a heartbreak

We thought for sure when he saw her there was gonna be hell to pay
I said hurry someone dial 911, get an ambulance on its way
Then he dropped to his knees, said, "Come back please.
I'm sorry that I treated you bad."
Like a small earthquake he began to shake, never seen a sight so sad
She said, "I've had enough.
I've fallen in love. Boy it's just to late."
You could've heard a heartbreak

[Chorus: x2]

That only one thing makes, you could've heard a heartbreak
You could've heard a heartbreak


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"You Could've Heard a Heartbreak" as written by William Seaborn Jones Timothy Jon Johnson

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