"I Thought I'd Heard It All" as written by Deryl Dwaine Dodd, Philip A. Douglas and Don Pfrimmer....
I heard you cry yourself to sleep
And wake up in the night and walk the floor
And I heard you try to tell me something
Just as I was runnin' out the door
And I heard you say "I love you"
So many times I can't recall
But until I heard you say good-bye
I thought I'd heard it all

No, I hadn't heard the fortress
That I'd built around my ego fall apart
That self-destructing unmistaken cryin'
Of my own broken heart

I heard you whisper little things
No one else on earth was meant to hear
And I can't believe it's possible
You're whisperin' in someone else's ear
Until tonight I didn't know how far
A grown man could crawl
Oh, until I heard me beggin' you
I thought I'd heard it all

No, I hadn't heard the fortress
That I'd built around my ego fall apart
That self-destructing unmistaken cryin'
Of my own broken heart

No, I hadn't heard that little voice inside me
Screamin' fool what have you done
As my tears start fall
And I realize the worst is yet to come
And I thought I'd heard it all
Oh I realize the worst is yet to come
And I thought I'd heard it all


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"I Thought I'd Heard It All" as written by Phillip A. Douglas Donald R. Pfrimmer

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