"She Does Her Best" as written by Tom Littlefield and Jack Ingram....
She feels her pockets for her cigarettes
Sometimes she forgets she gave 'em up
She starts feeling like she needs a drink
It'll help her not to think but she gave it up

And she's told herself before
What's it gonna hurt to have one more
Because it's hard to live with her regrets
But life ain't over yet so she does her best
She starts thinkin' that she's gonna cry
Then she remembers why she gave it up
'Cause he's not worth the pain he's put her through
And it was all that she could do to give him up

But sometimes she wants to go home
It's just too hard to be alone
She's trying to learn to live with her regrets
'Cause life ain't over yet so she does her best

She's trying to learn to live with her regrets
'Cause life ain't over yet so she does her best
She's trying to learn to live with her regrets
But she really hasn't yet so she does her best


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"She Does Her Best" as written by Tom Littlefield Jack Ingram

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