"My Heart Wasn't in It" as written by and Pat Terry Neal Coty....
There's an empty old house
On top of a hill
Covered with branches and vines

It was a dream house
We saved up to build it
Back when he was mine

Last night I got crazy
Walked up on the front porch
Don't know what I hoped to find
Along came his memory whispering to me
And he asked me to come inside

But my heart wasn't in it
He's not there
And I can't go home
My heart wasn't in it
The walls are standing
But the love is gone

Just for a moment
I stood in the doorway
Back in his arms again
Lost in the past
And the shadow he cast
About to leap over the edge

But my heart wasn't in it
He's not there
And I can't go home
My heart wasn't in it
The walls are standing
But the love is gone

Too many memories
Too many tears
I've tried to get over him
All of these years

But my heart wasn't in it
He's not there
And I can't go home
My heart wasn't in it
The walls are standing
But the love is gone

My heart wasn't in it
He's not there
And I can't go home
My heart wasn't in it
The walls are standing
But the love is gone


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"My Heart Wasn't in It" as written by Pat Terry Neal Coty

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