"You Must Be Mistakin' Me" as written by and Marty Brown....
You must be mistakin' me for someone who used to care
Someone you gave your troubles to when no one else was there
And now your heart is broke in two, well, honey that just ain't fair
But you must be mistakin' me for someone who used to care

I know my eyes are blue and I might look the same
And if you'll check my wallet you'll find I have his name
But I'm not the one you're looking for, honey, that man has changed
Go tell your troubles to the moon maybe he might know his name

You must be mistakin' me for someone who used to care
Someone you gave your troubles to when no one else was there
And now your heart is broke in two, well, honey that just ain't fair
But you must be mistakin' me for someone who used to care

Well, I might look like him and he might look like me
Oh, but honey, I think we've got a case of mistaken identity
I know I've seen your face before but I just don't know where
But if he ever comes around I'll tell him you still care

You must be mistakin' me for someone who used to care
Someone you gave your troubles to when no one else was there
And now your heart is broke in two, well, honey that just ain't fair
But you must be mistakin' me for someone who used to care

You say your little heart is broke in two
Well, honey that just ain't fair
You must be mistakin' me for someone who used to care


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"You Must Be Mistakin' Me" as written by Marty Brown

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